Declan Grady <declan.grady at nuvotem.com> writes:
> On Tuesday 17 December 2002 10:14, kevin lyda wrote:
> > dd_sorted_0118.tmp was the file from the script? does the script set
> > PATH - is it using the same sort as you're using at the command line?
> > is it using the same args - the script isn't using -n is it?
> I can only 'locate' one sort from /bin .. I'll try it with '/bin/sort'
> instead of just 'sort'
Try a "which sort" at the command line and in the script -- that
will also pick up if it's aliased, eg to "sort -n".
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