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Re: set -x and parameter expansion

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: set -x and parameter expansion
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2011 22:10:38 -0400
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On 3/13/11 8:06 PM, Peggy Russell wrote:
> I got the expected results below, but I didn't get the expected
> expansion in case (3).
> I expected to see "+ [[ 0 -eq 0 ]]" and not "+ [[ 0 -eq r ]]".
> With set -x, aren't the left and right parameters in a expression
> the final result of all expansions, including arithmetic expansion?

The `r' is not a word expansion.  It's a word that's evaluated as an
expression when the command is executed.  Arithmetic expansion is
the $((...)) word expansion.


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