Maja changed the topic of ##bash-crimes to: we bash back | club of folks preoccupied in whether they could, not whether they should | logs
<domi> TIL: `a=(m e o w); echo ${a[@]/ /}` results in spaces still being there, because the replace is being run per element, not per output string
<domi> this also means that for `a=(m m m m); b=mmmm`, running `${a[@]/m/}` is different than `${b/m/}`
<domi> (first one results in an empty string, second one is just `mmm`)