fbsd 4.7

SCRIPT
---
echo 1:$1
echo 2:$2
---

COMMAND LINE
---
. ./script x y
---

OUTPUT
---
1:
2:
---

shouldn't the output be:
1:x
2:y

???

in bash, "x y" arguments work as expected,
but in FBSD 4.7 and NBSD 1.6L, the arguments
get trashed.

ps. i used slackware about 7 years ago,
    and quickly switched to FBSD, hacking
    NetBSD now and then.  recently,
    i thought i'd give linux a spin again
    with RedHat - and man - heh - it didn't
    take long to realize how "spoiled"
    i had gotten with quality FBSD + ports.
    it's definitely an OS to get spoiled by.
    i hope it always keeps it's designs of
    stability, reliability, flexibility,
    modularity, and efficiency.


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