> Thanks Brian - I did wonder if it were I18n related, but 'man bash'
> searched for $" only produced this:
> If set, $'string' and $"string" quoting is performed within $
> expansions enclosed in double quotes. This option is
> enabled by default.
>> I hate incomplete man pages.
It looks like the latest release, bash 3.1, has been updated:
A double‐quoted string preceded by a dollar sign ($) will
string to be translated according to the current locale. If
rent locale is C or POSIX, the dollar sign is ignored. If the
is translated and replaced, the replacement is double‐quoted.
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