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!
built-in variable : 8.4.2. Process ID Variables and Temporary Files
keyword in next release : A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
negating a condition test : 5.1.3.3. File Attribute Checking
negation in character sets : 1.6.2. Filenames and Wildcards
POSIX shell keyword : A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
regular expression operator
4.3.2.1. Regular expression basics
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
#
## pattern-matching operator
4.3.3. Pattern-matching Operators
6.2.2. Arithmetic Variables and Assignment
built-in variable : 4.2.1. Positional Parameters
comments : 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
length operator : 4.3.4. Length Operator
pattern-matching operator
4.3.3. Pattern-matching Operators
4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
5.5. while and until
size of an array : 6.3. Arrays
$
$' ANSI C string delimiter in next release : A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
$(( )) : (see arithmetic expressions)
built-in variable
2.2. The History File
8.4.2. Process ID Variables and Temporary Files
%
%% pattern-matching operator
4.3.3. Pattern-matching Operators
4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
5.5. while and until
6.2.2. Arithmetic Variables and Assignment
pattern-matching operator
4.3.3. Pattern-matching Operators
5.2. for
5.3. case
specifying jobs
8.2.1. Foreground and Background
8.3.2. kill
A.1. The Bourne Shell
& : (see background jobs)
&&
for condition tests
5.1.3.3. File Attribute Checking
A.1. The Bourne Shell
for exit statuses
5.1.2. Combinations of Exit Statuses
5.5. while and until
A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
for condition tests : 7.2.2.3. Code blocks
> : 1.7.2. I/O Redirection
< : 1.7.2. I/O Redirection
" (weak quotes) : 1.9.1. Quoting
(( )) : (see condition tests, arithmetic)
*
accessing entire array : 6.3. Arrays
as default in case statement : 5.3. case
built-in variable : 4.2.1. Positional Parameters
as default list in for statement : 5.2. for
as default list in select statement : 5.4. select
regular expression operator
4.3.2.1. Regular expression basics
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
wildcard
1.6.2. Filenames and Wildcards
9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
+
regular expression operator
4.3.2.1. Regular expression basics
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
.
current directory : 1.6.1.3. Changing working directories
to hide files : 1.6.2. Filenames and Wildcards
to run a script : 4.1. Shell Scripts and Functions
.. (directory) : 1.6.1.3. Changing working directories
:
:+
4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
5.2. for
:-
4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
9.2.3.4. Break conditions
:= : 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
:?
4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
no-op command : 8.4. trap
;
;; in case statement : 5.4. select
statement separator
3.2. Aliases
5.1.3.1. String comparisons
9.2.5. Exercises
A.6. Workalikes on PC Platforms
?
built-in variable
5.1.1. Exit Status and Return
9.1.2.2. ERR
9.2.5. Exercises
regular expression operator
4.3.2.1. Regular expression basics
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
wildcard
1.6.2. Filenames and Wildcards
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
@
built-in variable : 4.2.1. Positional Parameters
preserving whitespace : 6.3. Arrays
regular expression operator
4.3.2.1. Regular expression basics
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
[ ] : (see condition tests, old syntax)
[ ] (wildcard)
1.6.2. Filenames and Wildcards
4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
[[ ]] : (see condition tests)
\ (backslash) : 1.9.2. Backslash-escaping
as continuation characters : 1.9.4. Continuing Lines
for quoting quote marks : 1.9.3. Quoting Quotation Marks
\" (weak quotes) : 3.4.1. Variables and Quoting
^
matching beginning of line in regular expressions
2.3.4. Moving Around in the History File
10.1. Installing the Korn Shell as the Standard Shell
as pipe character in Bourne shell
10.1. Installing the Korn Shell as the Standard Shell
A.1. The Bourne Shell
` (grave accent) : A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
archaic command substitution delimiter
4.4. Command Substitution
A.1. The Bourne Shell
obsolescence in next release : A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
|
|&, background job with two-way pipes
8.5.4. Coroutines with Two-way Pipes
8.5.5. Two-way Pipes Versus Standard Pipes
|| for condition tests
5.1.3.3. File Attribute Checking
A.1. The Bourne Shell
|| for exit statuses
5.1.2. Combinations of Exit Statuses
9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
as case pattern separator : 5.3. case
pipe
1.7.3. Pipelines
10.1. Installing the Korn Shell as the Standard Shell
A.1. The Bourne Shell
~ (tilde)
1.6.1.2. Tilde notation
7.3. Command-line Processing
7.3.1. Quoting
A.1. The Bourne Shell
A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
in public domain Korn shell : A.4. pdksh
within double quotes : 3.4.1. Variables and Quoting
within variable expressions : A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell


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