Got a quick question, and hopefully I don’t seem like too much of a newbie.
From one of the posts I saw, there was a “Timestamp [%1$tm/%1$td %1$tH:%1$tM]” which I get. The value itself is %1, the $t means to treat it as a date time, and the m, d, H, and M are the format specifiers, as per the java page. I believe you suggested going out to JS, which is cool.
When enabling scripts to be run, “%2$s” is often added. as in “exec … switch%2$s.sh”.
I get the $s… treat it as a string. but why is it parameter 2?
When I replace the %2$s with a %s in my exec things, it still works fine.