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Windows 10 issue with Parameters lesson #4

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NickParks opened this Issue Feb 17, 2016 · 6 comments

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NickParks commented Feb 17, 2016

Hello, so I was going along with the lessons fairly smoothly until I got to the Parameters lesson to print out the first, third, and fifth parameter.

I've tried multiple methods but below is just an example of one
#!/usr/env/bin bash echo "1: $1" echo "3: $3" echo "5: $5"

The result in the cygwin window is below:
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Is there something i'm doing wrong or is this an actual issue?

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denysdovhan commented Feb 17, 2016

Sorry, I'm not home and my phone hates me :)

I'll try to reproduce the bug on my Windows environment as soon as I get home. Thank you for feedback!

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denysdovhan commented Feb 17, 2016

Yep, there is something wrong with it.

You can use git bash until it will be fixed. It works well there.

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denysdovhan commented Feb 17, 2016

What the versions of Cygwin and Bash are you using?

I guess the problem is in nodejs/node#3006.

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NickParks commented Feb 18, 2016

Cygwin - 2.4.1
Bash - 4.3.42(4)

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denysdovhan commented Mar 21, 2017

@SirNickParks hi! could you, please, check with the latest version of learnyoubash?

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denysdovhan commented Dec 25, 2017

Closing this as @SirNickParks not responding.

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