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Re: which echo understand \n

Perhaps making an alias for echo to echo -e will work.

Ron Rademaker

On Thu, 1 Jun 2000 suntong001@yahoo.com wrote:

> hi,                  
> The /bin/echo I used to use in Solaris understand \n and \t stuffs    
> by default. Is there any trick I can play so that I don't need to 
> specify the -e parameter for echo? 
> The reason I'm asking is that debian is the only un*x I've used that 
> /bin/echo don't interprate \n... by default. I've already wirtten 
> tons of scripts using /bin/echo. Please help. 
> Thanks
> Tong
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