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Concatenate string variables in Bash

Concatenate string variables in Bash

David Y.

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How can I concatenate string variables in Bash?

The Solution

You can use the substitution syntax (${}) as follows:

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h="Hello" w="world" hw="${h} ${w}" echo $hw # will output "Hello world"
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