Shell (Bash/Bourne/Korn) Alias Taking Multiple Arguments

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Shell Alias Taking Multiple Arguments:

To make an alias that takes multiple arguments you actually need to make a function, not an alias:

FUNCTION() { cp "$1" "$2" }



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