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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting I need some example of Co-Processes Post 49523 by home_king on Saturday 3rd of April 2004 04:00:16 AM
Old 04-03-2004
Well, the Bash of modern versions(>=2.0) provides a featured concept, called Process Substitution.
However, it works like chaos and functions limitedly.
Anyone can give some advanced way to make co-process?
 
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