Re: How to create my own "pushd" command?
Am 27.04.2012 14:31, schrieb www:
Thank you all.
For reasons I am unclear, our institute use ksh.
I have checked Mr. Chris Johnson's books on Amazon.com. They have
excellent reviews. Unfortunately, it seems the books focus on bash
shell programming. Not suitable to me.
Here is what I found as comment for Chris Johnson's "Shell Scripting
Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach":
"Because most scripts found in this book are POSIX (Portable
Operating System Interface)-compliant, they are supported by
many of the major shell variants, including Bash, ksh and sh,
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