A quick question, does anyone know how the Bourne shell allowed scripts
to override boolean logic operator precedence?
if I have a statement that looks like:
test $a -eq 5 -o $b -eq 10 -a $c -eq 5
and I want the shell to evaluate (a or b) and c rather than the default
a or (b and c), did the original Bourne shell allow this?
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