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A resource for storing information which is available for a computer program. Computer files can be considered as the modern counterpart of paper documents.

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later (stick the assignment in a localprofile.sh file and source that later...). I'd like to store a directory name with spaces in it. I know how to do deal with spaces in file/directory names … -1 $dn each one of these shows a variation on ls: /Users/myuser/Library/Application\: No such file or directory …
asked Oct 9 '17 by JL Peyret
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: $dn: No such file or directory. The drawback here is having to wrap the variables in double-quotes or not depending on embedded spaces. dn="'/Users/myuser/Library/Application Support/'" and then not having quotes doesn't work, btw. …
answered Oct 9 '17 by JL Peyret