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Re: bash syntax

On 25 Nov 1997, Eloy A. Paris wrote:

> Witold Grabysz <vtold@polsl.gliwice.pl> wrote:
> : the following phrase doesn't work in bash:
> : ((ls);(ls))

> Yup, you're right; it's probably a bug. This does work:
> ( (ls);(ls))

Can anybody confirm if this is fixed in bash-2.01?

> Try changing the definition of the helper in Netscape to follow the
> above syntax.

I couldn't find anyplace in Netscape (4.04) where this is configurable.
Have you been able to change this in Netscape?


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