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B.3 Built-in Shell Variables

VariableChapterMeaning
#4Number of arguments given to current process.
-Options given to shell on invocation.
?5Exit status of previous command.
$8Process ID of shell process.
_Last argument to previous command.
!8Process ID of last background command.
CDPATH3List of directories for cd command to search.
COLUMNS3

Width of display in columns (for editing modes and select).

EDITOR2

Used to set editing mode; also used by mail and other programs.

ERRNOAError number of last system call that failed.
ENV3

Name of file to run as environment file when shell is invoked.

FCEDIT2Default editor for fc command.
FPATH4Search path for autoloaded functions.
IFS7

Internal field separator: list of characters that act as word separators. Normally set to SPACE, TAB, and NEWLINE.

HISTFILE2Name of command history file.
HISTSIZE2Number of lines kept in history file.
HOME3Home (login) directory.
LINENO9Number of line in script or function that just ran.
LINES3Height of display in lines (for select command).
MAIL3Name of file to check for new mail.
MAILCHECK3How often (in seconds) to check for new mail.
MAILPATH3

List of file names to check for new mail, if MAIL is not set.

OLDPWD3Previous working directory.
OPTARG6Argument to option being processed by getopts.
OPTIND6Number of first argument after options.
PATH3Search path for commands.
PS13Primary command prompt string.
PS23Prompt string for line continuations.
PS35Prompt string for select command.
PS49Prompt string for xtrace option.
PPID8Process ID of parent process.
PWD3Current working directory.
RANDOM9

Random number between 0 and 32767 (2215-1).

REPLY5,7

User's response to select command; result of read command if no variable names given.

SECONDS3Number of seconds since shell was invoked.
SHELL3Full pathname of shell.
TMOUT10

If set to a positive integer, number of seconds between commands after which shell automatically terminates.

VISUAL2Used to set editing mode.


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