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Re: Passing variables to and from custom programs

From: DennisW
Subject: Re: Passing variables to and from custom programs
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2010 17:35:21 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 6, 5:37 pm, djackn <address@hidden> wrote:
> May I used the following in a bash script to pass variables to myIpExec?
>     Result = myIpExec(${IPaddr1} ${IPaddr2} ${IPaddr3} ${IPaddr4})
> myIpExec is a c program that normally uses scanf to prompt the user
> for the IP addresses and returns 0 or 1.
> I plan to use the script to test the program for various inputs.
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It is more likely that this would work:

Result=$(echo "{IPaddr1} ${IPaddr2} ${IPaddr3} ${IPaddr4}" | myIpExec)

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