Op 27-03-18 om 20:23 schreef Larry Hynes: > Funny, I did wonder if it might be a contraction, but I did find > it odd that it's not mentioned or explained. I'll leave it be, if > you all are happy enough to keep it 'as is', or can resubmit if you > think it's warranted.
I think the simple fact that it came up here is evidence that this is too jargony for a manual. Patch attached. - M.
diff --git a/src/dash.1 b/src/dash.1 index 1056285..c452c3f 100644 --- a/src/dash.1 +++ b/src/dash.1 @@ -606,11 +606,11 @@ and .Dq || are AND-OR list operators. .Dq && -executes the first command, and then executes the second command iff the -exit status of the first command is zero. +executes the first command, and then executes the second command if and only +if the exit status of the first command is zero. .Dq || -is similar, but executes the second command iff the exit status of the first -command is nonzero. +is similar, but executes the second command if and only if the exit status +of the first command is nonzero. .Dq && and .Dq ||