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Old 14th May 2012, 11:29 AM
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[bash] Cut off from array


Just recently i have read a post where there was an existing bash function to cut off arguments from an array.
I dont recall that functions name.

Example how it probably works
array="entryA entryB entryC entryD"
cutarray=$(CUTFUNKTION $array 1)
echo $cutarray
entryB entryC entryD

Any ideas please?
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