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Re: PATCH: 4.1: multi-parameter for loop

"Bart Schaefer" wrote:
> Well, there's this:
> 	for in in in in; do echo $in; done
> I haven't applied your patch yet, so I don't know whether it fouls up
> the above, but clearly a parameter named "in" can only appear in the first
> position, and everything else has to be taken as a keyword first and only
> a parameter name otherwise.

It will stop reading parameters when it reaches the second `in'.  I meant
to document this, although it should be pretty obvious.

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