About 2.3.7

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Aug 10 08:07:09 PDT 2000


> Nice. But I'm fairly sure that there is a way to use "somevar=$?" just
> after the sub-script exited. I used this method several times, and it
> works. Did you use "somevar=$?" after the test? If so, then you're
> recording the exit value of the test ([...]). Anyway, putting this
> inside a function is better.

That's what I figured afterwards yes. I'll be looking at it some more
later. Right now I'm too busy with other work

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