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Abbyy FineReader 10 is a tool that is made for managing and manipulating PDF files. Also, it is an…Q: Setting a variable in a Bash script from a variable in a function? I'm writing a Bash function which needs to execute a second script, and for that script to know what I'm calling it from. However, if I set a variable from the function, I get an error. Function: function foo { #first part of script is run png="/foo/$(basename $0)/$1/$2.png" ./part2.sh "$(basename $0) $1" "$2" > "$png" #end first part } Script: #just one line foo $script Here's the error: ./part2.sh: line 3: ${script: -bash: ${script}: ambiguous redirect I guess it's because I'm setting $png from png in the first part of the script, but I don't know if that's a problem, and I'm unsure how to fix it if it is. A: Your script is confused by the meaning of these lines: png="/foo/$(basename $0)/$1/$2.png" ./part2.sh "$(basename $0) $1" "$2" > "$png" Neither ${script} nor ${png} are expanded inside double quotes. Your problem is that you are creating a variable that doesn't exist. The first assignment creates an empty variable called png (not what you want), then the second assignment puts a value into that variable, using a value that doesn't exist. You have four options. Use double quotes inside your png definition. png="/foo/$(basename $0)/$1/$2.png" but don't use double quotes in the script. Use single quotes inside your png definition. png="/foo/$(basename $0)/$1/$2.png" Use backslashes to escape the $. Backslashes are literal in Bash, so the script will only get the first / in the definition. png="/foo/$(basename $0)/$1/$2.png" There is no need to use



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