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Need your help in understanding the commands to setup the environment variables in hp-ux.
Beleive need to use either set,setenv or export.
I am confused between above three options, when to use which option?
On command line, I have tried both set and setenv but couldn't... (7 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
i have in c-shell
set value_str ="one three"
set line_seprator = ","
set value_and_sperator = "$value_str$line_seprator"
setenv STRING_CONCAT $STRING_CONCAT$value_and_sperator
and im getting error:
setenv: Too many arguments.
this is... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: umen
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helllo every body ..
hope you are having good time programming in unix .
here is a little problem faced me :
will print :
bla bla ..
how can i get the value of grep into my program ? ... (7 Replies)
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I thought that set and setenv was easy enough to understand until I started experimenting.
I noticed the same problem in a previous thread, so I will use it as an example.
set command gave the following output:
path ( a... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: benwj
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I am having the following environment setup script.
set... (2 Replies)
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Is it possible to set environement variable in a script (for example, perl script) so that the variable will be set after exiting the script - in a father shell. (2 Replies)
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I never undestood exactly what's the difference between the SET and SETENV commands.
One sets variables visible to all users and the other (SETENV) only to the specific user environment ?
Thanks in advance,
BraZil - thE heLL iS HEre :mad: !!! (2 Replies)
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I just want to know ow I can set permanent pathes or whatever using setenv command. I'm using c shell .
me (1 Reply)
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Is someone know about "setenv"? where can i find out this one?
Myoe (2 Replies)
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I want to add paths to a CLASSPATH variable but if I use the :
setenv CLASSPATH /opt
all previous entries are erased. How do I append additional entries to a system variable without overwriting the original value.
Thanx (3 Replies)
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