"Chris" <dmagick(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
>> When I said "obfuscating" I meant it. I'm pretty familiar with sh scripting
>> and I'm not even sure what the && behaviour would do.
> It chains commands together so if the first fails the second doesn't happen.
I meant in this case, not in general. That is, does it introduce a subshell?
Sh traditionally has to introduce to implement some of the logical control and
pipe operators. I'm not sure if a simple && is enough but often it's
surprising how quickly that happens.
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