Snippet: arguments in bash

Arguments to bash scripts are stored in ordinal numbered variables (starting at $1).

So the following:

./script firstvalue secondthing "and a third thing"

wold give you $1 = ‘firstvalue’, $2 = ‘scecondthing’ and $3 = “and a third thing”

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Snippet: arguments in bash

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