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glob wordlist

Do filename, variable, and history substitutions on wordlist. This expands it much like echo, except that no \ escapes are recognized, and words are delimited by null characters. glob is typically used in shell scripts to "hardcode" a value so that it remains the same for the rest of the script.

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