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NAME: — execute a named script
DESCRIPTIONThe colon command is used to executed a previously defined named script.
If the name is unique, and does not conflict with the name of an existing command, the colon prefix can also be omitted.
If the script takes arguments, these are written after the script name, optionally enclosed in round braces.
: : non_unique_scriptname # use : to identify the name as a script : scriptname # if the name is unique, no colon is needed : scriptwithargs foo bar : scriptwithargs(foo, bar)
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|(Last Updated: 8 May 2017)|