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Re: [vox-tech] seq command on Mac OS X
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Re: [vox-tech] seq command on Mac OS X

Dylan Beaudette wrote:

ok... this might be a dumb question... but as my home machine is now an OS X machine, a few little things are driving me nuts...

the lack of the "seq" command is one of those things. I have tried searching for the source code for the version that is normally found on most normal *NIX distributions, but have not been able to find anything of the sort. Would it be easier to simply re-write it in bash, or some other scripting language? if so, anyone have some ideas on said script?

thanks in advance for considering this non-linux question.
seq is apparently part of GNU coreutils (used to be part of shellutils):



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