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Repeatative piping

On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 12:11:27PM -0500, Doug wrote:
> Hello:
> There are lots of ways to do this.  One easy approach for me is write
> q_square_n, that given an n, does the loop.  I was curious if there
> was command line way to accomplish the same thing.  I don't know if I
> have used a for loop in a command line setting before.

for i in LIST; do something $i ; done

man sh for what LIST can be.

There's also while.


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