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Old 09-26-2005, 07:44 AM   #1
Asadullah Rathore
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Regarding function Autoloading

Dear All,
I have a case where if i create a function in ksh say
function tester
echo "Hello"
and I want to load this function on the environment so that the next time whenever I type in tester on the prompt it displays the output attributes of the function as in like a binary.(Say cat , man).
Even if i have the word in a sample file and if i execute say ./sample(If the random file name is sample).
It should output hello.
What is the solution
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