Need some help with the SCRIPT

Need some help with the SCRIPT

Post by Sonny » Thu, 11 Jan 1996 04:00:00

I have some problem with my script..
the main problem is, HOW do i call out the second script within a script..
and how do i transfer the values??

THANKS in advance!!

below are the sample of my problems...

#This is the First Script *script1*

tail -100f TESTDATA.file | gawk -F: '\
        portused = 0;


     for(i=1; i<=10; i++)
             #call out second script...
             if(time = "test1")
                sprintf(cmd,"%s ",cmd, i);
                #i don't know if i can doing this or not...
                #but i need to transfer the values to the script2
                #and need to konw how to call out the script2 ??



#This is the second Script *script2*
for i
        echo $1



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