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Section - How do I "include" one shell script from within another shell script?

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Date: Wed, 7 Oct 92 14:28:18 -0500

5.2)  How do I "include" one shell script from within another shell script?

      All of the shells from the Bourne shell category (including rc)
      use the "." command.  All of the shells from the C shell category
      use "source".

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