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hi, just wondering how could i define a variable in a shell script and pass an argument to it from command line. specifically, i would like to do something like the following: Script ------------------ myScript(script name) var This a var argument passed in command line. now in command line, typing following myScript Testing should display: This is Testing argument passed in command line. hope, i have been clear what i would like to do. appreciate your help. thanks. himal
posted 13 years ago
Just a quick example.... Command line $ HelloWorld Blaine #/bin/bash VAR_NAME=$1 echo "Hello, $VAR_NAME" Should result in $ Hello, Blaine Remember to make your shell script executable... Blaine firstname.lastname@example.org