Bug of bash with sed operation ???
Tue Jun 20 10:47:00 GMT 2000
On Tue, Jun 20, 2000 at 09:56:17AM -0700, Bob McGowan wrote:
>Chris Faylor wrote:
>> On Tue, Jun 20, 2000 at 10:35:03AM -0400, Zhiguang Qian wrote:
>> >Here is the sample.
>> >>>export MY=\aaa\bbb.c
>> >>>echo $MY | sed -e 's#\\#\/#g'
>> >>> /aaa/bbb.c
>> >>>out=`echo $MY | sed -e 's#\\#\/#g'`
>> >>> sed: -e expression #1, char 8: Unterminated `s' command
>> >Try it.
>> I did. Have you tried it on UNIX? Same effect. It's not a bug.
>> Your \\ is being eaten inside the ` ... ` command. You probably need
>> to double up on these when you are using them inside of backquotes (or
>> " style quotes for that matter).
>I tried it too, but things didn't work as described above, from line
>one. After assigning to MY and doing a simple echo, bash printed:
Yup. That's UNIX-shell 101. The \ is a quoting character. If you want to
use an actual \ you have to use \\, just like in C.
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