bash: arrays – assignment, looping, and indexing

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

## arrays in bash: assignment, indexing, and looping ## # assign multiple values to a new array: array=(tits arse) # or: array=([0]=tits [1]=arse) # or: array=([0]=tits arse) # assign single values to specific indices: array[2]='cheese' # add a new value to the end of the array (push) array+=(hmm) # NB: indices do not have to be congiuous: array[5]='last' # view specific element of an ...