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Any ideas how I can retrieve the name of a variable in addition to the content sample code, expected output and actual output below: #!/bin/bash example1="1" example2="2" example3="3" for value in $example1 $example2 $example3; do echo ${!value} value is $value done Desired: example1 value is 1 example2 value is 2 example3 value is 3 Actual: value is 1 value is 2 value is 3 submitted by /u/religionisanger [link] [comments]

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Hey guys, I have a question. I've been using Hackintosh for the past few months, and it's actually quite good but I want to make the switch to Linux. I already tried Arch and am on Ubuntu right now. I love how good it is in combination with i3. The problem is I tend to build React-Native apps for clients quite often. I have an old Macbook Pro that is relatively bad with builds. I tried building android apps on 16.04 Ubuntu but it's giving me tons of errors. My question is: Is anyone using any Linux distro to develop React Native apps? And is it any viable if so? I really, really want to make the switch to Linux and this is the only drawback so far. Thanks in advance. submitted by /u/realmart9n [link] [comments]

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