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how to match the words linux1a and linux1b from single line ? ( should be performed by ksh )

       list="solaris1a Auto global linux1a linux1b"


       echo $list | .... ?

my target is to find that linux1a and linux1b are exists in the line { $list )

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$ echo $list | grep linux1a | grep linux1b

If after both the grep's you still get the output, then it exists.

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if [[ " $list " = *" linux1a "* && " $list " = *" linux1b "* ]]; then 
  echo yes
fi 
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