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35.3. Where to Go For Help

The author will sometimes, if not too busy (and in a good mood), answer general scripting questions. [1] However, if you have a problem getting a specific script to work, you might be well advised to post to the comp.os.unix.shell Usenet newsgroup.

If you need assistance with a schoolwork assignment, read the pertinent sections of this and other reference works. Do your best to solve the problem using your own wits and resources. Please do not waste the author's time. You will get neither help nor sympathy.



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