Re: Command for random? recursive?
Yeah that's the one! I got it working now thanks to that command,
running the files randomly won't be much of a problem now.
Thanks again :)
On Wed, 2003-01-01 at 01:30, Jamin W. Collins wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 05:47:49PM +0900, Elijah wrote:
> I believe the command you are looking for is "wait", it's a builtin
> command of bash (and probably many other shells):
> wait [n]
> Wait for the specified process and return its termination sta-
> tus. n may be a process ID or a job specification; if a job
> spec is given, all processes in that job's pipeline are waited
> for. If n is not given, all currently active child processes
> are waited for, and the return status is zero. If n specifies a
> non-existent process or job, the return status is 127. Other-
> wise, the return status is the exit status of the last process
> or job waited for.
> Jamin W. Collins
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