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Old 10-05-2009
Originally Posted by Scrutinizer
If we use arrays there are also more direct ways of assigning, like
foo='1218141 1441 1664 122222'
typeset -a bar=($foo)

Excellent! I figured there should be something more straightforward way of assigning, but forget to mention it in my posting. One does learn something new everyday, right? :-)

Best regards,


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thai/thwbrk.h(3)						      libthai							  thai/thwbrk.h(3)

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