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Old 6th May 2008
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That doesn't work either. I was using $() for command substitution because i found that this is the proper way to do it in ksh (from the man page and book i mentioned).
I am using ksh because i found out from a bsdforums post that people are using ksh for scripting because it has much more features when it comes to scripting.
Ok i don't know if this is the wisest decision so i am gonna ask your opinion about which shell do you use for scripting?
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