It does equate to null. You can leave out the '' pairs withoutQuote:>echo scriptx ''\''$PWD $OPWD'\''' | at -m -qn now + 1 minute
>which outputs to 'at'
>scriptx '$PWD $OPWD'
>I understand how '/'' produces a ', but why doesn't the first '' equate to
changing the result:
echo scriptx \''$PWD $OPWD'\'
If you want to execute the command immediately, why not just execute itQuote:> My other question is there a way to have 'at' execute immediately
>instead of the 1 minute wait (without specifying an absolute time)?
instead of sending it to 'at'?
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