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Old 11-19-2000
In my script I use this command \c when printing(echo) out statements but this only works in the Korn Shell(ksh).
I need the same command to be used in the Bash Shell, is there one out there?


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Old 11-19-2000
The \c argument to echo will work in bash also.

Some version of echo also support the -n switch to suppress newlines.


$ echo -n Hello.

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