"StringContainsSymbol.sh" is a Bourne shell script that helps you determine whether a string contains any symbols. It returns a '1' if the string contains at least one symbol and returns '0' if the string contains no symbols.
Currently, "StringContainsSymbol.sh" does not detect the ']' symbol. If I try to add that symbol in the regular expression, it breaks the script from detecting any symbols. If anyone knows how to specify the correct regular expression to detect ']', please let us know.
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