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 function, function...who's got the function?
Greetings fellow Linux enthusiasts!

I was wondering if anybody could give me some advice on functions.

Is it better to put those in your .bash_profile or instead in your
.bashrc file for carrying over into each sub-shell?

Any input would be appreciated!

Thanks!

Mark



 Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT   
 function, function...who's got the function?
I have the function, but I don't give it to you :-)

In article <slrn89kqbg.i4m.gooo...@arakis.one.net>,
        gooo...@Arakis.one.net (Linux Nutt) writes:

Put it in your .bashrc, then it would be loaded on every
(interactive) shell startup.

Otherwise you only get them in a login shell.

CU

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