“Because you can never quite anticipate in which environment your particular zsh will be launched in, it is good practice to reset the options at the beginning of your script with the emulate command:” Code Answer


Because you can never quite anticipate in which environment your particular zsh will be launched in, it is good practice to reset the options at the beginning of your script with the emulate command:
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