On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 09:48:07AM -0000, JustinMacCarthy wrote:
> Thought it would be something like that! What are the rules for when to use
> " or ' or ` ?? Do they 'evaluate' to differently??
>> EG why does su -c '!!' not work and su -c "!!" work ?
'' won't interpolate the string. in other words nothing in the string is magic. "" does interpolate the string. so...
$ echo '$foo'
$ echo "$foo"
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