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Execute interleaved sequences of commands
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================================================================================ cmdseq ================================================================================ Usage: cmdseq [-d <count dir>] <count1> <cmd1> [... <countn> <cmdn>] cmdseq allows users to execute interleaved sequences of commands. Assuming the same counts and commands, on each execution cmdseq executes one of the commands, cycling through the sequence. For example, consider the following sequence: $ cmdseq 2 "echo cmd1" 1 "echo cmd2" cmd1 $ cmdseq 2 "echo cmd1" 1 "echo cmd2" cmd1 $ cmdseq 2 "echo cmd1" 1 "echo cmd2" cmd2 $ cmdseq 2 "echo cmd1" 1 "echo cmd2" cmd 1 More information about cmdseq can be found at its webpage: http://tratt.net/laurie/src/cmdseq/