[SVN] Passing variables to osascript, or other workaround?

Charilaos Skiadas cskiadas at uchicago.edu
Thu May 12 14:37:52 UTC 2005

On May 12, 2005, at 3:24 AM, Jeroen van der Ham wrote:

> There is no '/' or '|' syntax. You have to use a delimiter there, you 
> can
> even use 'a' for it, if there is no 'a' in your pattern (it could work,
> but it wouldn't do what you want).
> I personally use '!' as delimiter, it's just personal preference..

yeah, what I meant was that whenever I've seen examples on the net, 
they almost invariably use '/' as a delimiter, and hence my eyes are 
more accustomed to it.
What about the shell though? You can't use any delimiter in:
list="${list//\\\\/\\\\}"  , can you?

Of course, as we now know, it's good to avoid the shell method anyway, 
because of its extreme slowness. I'm still puzzled about that actually, 
it's quite a difference.

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