murex Shell Docs

Command Reference: <> (read pipe)

Reads from a murex named pipe


Sometimes you will need to start a commandline with a murex named pipe:

» <readpipe> -> match: foobar

See the documentation on pipe for more details about murex named pipes.


<example> -> <stdout>


The follow two examples function the same

» pipe: example
» bg { <example> -> match: 2 }
» a: <example> [1..3]
» !pipe: example


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