Chris Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Richard.Dansereau@ee.umanitoba.ca wrote:
> > Is the command "which" available in any of the debian releases?
> Here's a simple shell script I've installed in /usr/local/bin to perform
> the same task (thanks Jon). I'm afraid I don't know if it will be in
> Version 1.1.
> type -p $*
This is appropriate if you have a legacy of shell scripts that use
If this is for interactive use, use the bash built-in "type." It's
heaps faster than "which." I've aliased type to "type -a" which
shows all the programs with the given name in your PATH. Very
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- From: Richard.Dansereau@ee.umanitoba.ca
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- From: Chris Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>