/dev/null is to keep grep quiet... otherwise it would output
the line
matched. If you want to see it when a match is found, then
you could take that out. The break is there so when it finds
a match it breaks out of the loop, since there's no reason to
keep looping once a match is found.

If you want to pipe the output of scs2ascii through this
script, you would have to do it like so:

#! /bin/bash

file=`cat /dev/stdin`

for user in $users; do
echo "$file" | grep $user >/dev/null && echo "$file" >
+%Y-%m-%d-%H:%m` && break

Thanks again, Toby... I look forward to using this information while
working on my little project over the weekend.

As a side note, O'Reilly Auto Parts came to our town, Monroe, NC., about
a year ago. :-)


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