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Old 07-15-2002


What does this command do in the shell script?


I have some scripts which do not run if this line is removed. First I thought it is comment but I think it sets up korn as shell.

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Old 07-15-2002

check out this post of mine...

hope this helps..

my post

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Old 07-15-2002
Thanks Nisha,

That clears my doubts.

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