In post #5 in this thread drl gave you two scripts and showed you the output the first script produced when it was run after the second script had been installed under the name my-hilite.
It seems that wisecracker installed those two scripts on his system naming the first script Colour_test.sh and naming the second script my-hilite. When wisecracker ran Colour_test.sh it produced the output that drl showed us in post #5 and that wisecracker showed us again in post #16. I also installed those two scripts on my system with the same names that wisecracker used, and when I ran Colour_test.sh it also produced the output that drl showed us in post #5.
We are all having a hard time understanding how you installed two files named my-hilite in the same directory. But, if you had installed what we are calling Colour_test.sh in a file named my-hilite and invoked it with the name my-hilite that would indeed produce the output you showed us since that script was very busy calling itself until you exceeded the number of processes your operating system allowed to to run concurrently.
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