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--- Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote: > On Tue,
May 22, 2001 at 10:13:01AM +0100, hrishy
> samant wrote:
>> > I'm running HP-UX.
> > Normally, when you ftp to a host, you are allowed
> > define a macro, using the macdef command, and
> > it with arguments, preceding the macro name with a
> > But when i attempt to do the same thing from
> within a
> > shell script, i run into problems.
> > ftp daytona < prompt
> > macdef test
> > lcd $1
> > !pwd
> > cd $2
> > pwd
> > $ test /home/ksubrama/ftpsrc /home/kode/ftpdest
>> $1 and $2 are being substituted by the shell. In
> your script, escape the $
> symbols (replace $ by \$) and it should work as you
> would like.
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