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Old 03-11-2002
Question looping question

I am writing a simple script and want to keep the user in a fuction until they are ready to get out. For some (probably stupid) reason, it doesn't seem to be working. You guys see anything that I'm overlooking?

crsd()

{until [ $QUIT = 'N' ]
do
/home/wcs3611.crsdtmp.sh
echo 'run another? \c'
read $QUIT
done
return 0
} #crsd ()
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Old 03-11-2002
Try "read QUIT" rather than "read $QUIT".
 

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