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syntax:ccmd:conditional_expression [2017/02/01 05:54]
fgrose [Table] Provide link to arithmetic comparisons and expression command
syntax:ccmd:conditional_expression [2017/02/06 23:55]
fgrose [Description] Added note on quoted <PATTERN> forcing literal matching
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 | ''<​EXPRESSION1>​ **&&​** <​EXPRESSION2>'' ​                             | ''​TRUE''​ if ''<​EXPRESSION1>''​**and**''<​EXPRESSION2>''​ are ''​TRUE''​ (do **not** use ''​-a''​!) ​                                                                         | | ''<​EXPRESSION1>​ **&&​** <​EXPRESSION2>'' ​                             | ''​TRUE''​ if ''<​EXPRESSION1>''​**and**''<​EXPRESSION2>''​ are ''​TRUE''​ (do **not** use ''​-a''​!) ​                                                                         |
 | ''<​EXPRESSION1>​ **||** <​EXPRESSION2>'' ​                             | ''​TRUE''​ if ''<​EXPRESSION1>''​**or**''<​EXPRESSION2>''​ is ''​TRUE''​ (do **not** use ''​-o''​!) ​                                                                           | | ''<​EXPRESSION1>​ **||** <​EXPRESSION2>'' ​                             | ''​TRUE''​ if ''<​EXPRESSION1>''​**or**''<​EXPRESSION2>''​ is ''​TRUE''​ (do **not** use ''​-o''​!) ​                                                                           |
-| ''<​STRING>​ **==** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                      | ''<​STRING>''​ is checked against the pattern ''<​PATTERN>''​ - ''​TRUE''​ on a match                                                                                      |+| ''<​STRING>​ **==** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                      | ''<​STRING>''​ is checked against the pattern ''<​PATTERN>''​ - ''​TRUE''​ on a match \\ But see the note on quoting the pattern below¹. ​                                                                                  |
 | ''<​STRING>​ **=** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                       | equivalent to the ''​==''​ operator ​                                                                                                                                   | | ''<​STRING>​ **=** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                       | equivalent to the ''​==''​ operator ​                                                                                                                                   |
 | ''<​STRING>​ **!=** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                      | ''<​STRING>''​ is checked against the pattern ''<​PATTERN>''​ - ''​TRUE''​ on **no match** ​                                                                                | | ''<​STRING>​ **!=** <​PATTERN>'' ​                                      | ''<​STRING>''​ is checked against the pattern ''<​PATTERN>''​ - ''​TRUE''​ on **no match** ​                                                                                |
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-When the ''​==''​ and ''​!=''​ operators are used, the string to the right of the operator is considered a pattern and matched according to the rules of [[syntax:​pattern | Pattern Matching]]. If the shell option ''​nocasematch''​ is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case of alphabetic characters. ​Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be  +When the ''​==''​ and ''​!=''​ operators are used, the string to the right of the operator is considered a pattern and matched according to the rules of [[syntax:​pattern | Pattern Matching]]. If the shell option ''​nocasematch''​ is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case of alphabetic characters. 
-matched as a literal string.+ 
 +¹Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be matched as a literal string.
  
 When the operators ''<''​ and ''>''​ are used (string collation order), the test happens using the current locale when the ''​compat''​ level is greater than "​40"​. When the operators ''<''​ and ''>''​ are used (string collation order), the test happens using the current locale when the ''​compat''​ level is greater than "​40"​.
  • syntax/ccmd/conditional_expression.txt
  • Last modified: 2017/02/08 22:30
  • by fgrose