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Old 07-01-2012, 09:28 AM   #37
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The $? exit status variable will (**should**) work in busybox.
If using the busybox implementation of grep, that might work differently.

If you where running a Linux system (even a LiveCD one) you could get a busybox command shell by:
/bin/busybox ash

I don't have a clue if that will work under Cygwin, I never use Cygwin.
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