Ksh is the executable name for the Korn shell developed by David Korn at AT&T Laboratories in the early 1980s. It is commonly used in Solaris and is favored for its ability to use Emacs and Vi shortcuts at the command line.

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How to pipe stderr without piping stdout

How do I pipe the standard error stream without piping the standard out stream? I know this command works, but it also writes the standard out. Command 2>&1 | tee -a $LOG How do I get ...
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How to process a file line by line in ksh?

How can you process a file line by line in ksh?
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Shell script file name format

What does the following shell script mean? This is ksh and npfile is also a variable that contains a file name. fileName=${npFile##/*/}