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sr #107871: associative array assignment is more constrained when using () construct, than when using direct [] assignment

Submitted by:  Michal Soltys <msoltyspl>
Submitted on:  Mon Nov 14 16:06:08 2011  
 
Category: NonePriority: 5 - Normal
Severity: 3 - NormalStatus: Done
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Wed Mar 25 15:05:28 2015, comment #1:

Fixed, close.

dualbus@yaqui:~$ declare -A foo
dualbus@yaqui:~$ foo=(['ab]']=bar )
dualbus@yaqui:~$ declare -p foo
declare -A foo='(["ab]"]="bar" )'

Eduardo Bustamante <dualbus>
Mon Nov 14 16:06:08 2011, original submission:

For example:

declare -A foo
foo['ab]']=bar

will work perfectly fine, but:

foo=( ['ab]']=bar )

will end with following error:

-bash: [ab]]=bar: bad array subscript

Michal Soltys <msoltyspl>

 

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