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set

set variable = value
set variable[n] = value
set

Set variable to value, or if multiple values are specified, set the variable to the list of words in the value list. If an index n is specified, set the nth word in the variable to value. (The variable must already contain at least that number of words.) With no arguments, display the names and values of all set variables. See also "Predefined Shell Variables" earlier in this section.

Examples

% set list=(yes no mabye)	Assign a wordlist
% set list[3]=maybe	Assign an item in existing wordlist
% set quote="Make my day"	Assign a variable
% set x=5 y=10 history=100	Assign several variables
% set blank	Assign a null value to blank


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