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Old 11-12-2012, 12:09 PM   #16
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Which shell are you using? Also I didn't know you wanted the outputs to be displayed in different columns.
Thanks, I'm using bash
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I had tested my example, and learned that I needed a semicolon after the last command. You may need a space inside the braces.

I'd suggest looking at the Advanced Bash Scripting Guide from the web site. It consists of example scripts, and the beginning covers every symbol such as braces.

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