|Date:||Fri, 2 Feb 2001 15:57:37 -0500|
This may be a bug but I am not sure if it was intended to work this way (only because I am used to SCO *nix flavor)
When using the test program as in the following:
if [ -f *.in ]; then
This works fine as long as you have only one file with the extension ".in", but when you have multiple files with the extension, it errors.
Is this what was intended or is this really a bug?
Please let me know, thanks,
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