i couldn't make your
<(cat file ...) example to work, but i've seen the nice bash funcionality in the man pages...
sadly i can rarely use it. most of my co-workers are stuck in csh hell not even willing to go to tcsh for tab-completion and arrow-history, much less bash despite my constant proselytization. we still have old Solaris boxes without bash that will never have bash (but have Perl 5.003 or so). so it's sh/csh compatible only for me...sigh
that and the whole Linux vs Solaris with all of the different versions of commands that do slightly different things keeps me going to Perl for anything complex.
when all our boxes are Solaris 9 with bash i promise to study it more.
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