Paul J Collins said:
> >>>>> "JM" == Justin Mason <jm at netnoteinc.com> writes:
>> JM> foo $test &
> JM> foopid=$!
>> I had tried to find that variable, but to no avail. Is there a
> section in some shell's manual that has a comprehensive list of these
The Solaris sh manual page is quite good. Unfortunately the Linux sh one
is actually the bash manual page, which effectively says "manual pages?
you decadent scum. read the info instead" -- which I hate.
Er, but in response, it might be in the info for bash...
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