I don't know how many of you have encountered this, but I find it interesting. Maybe also because I do not totally know what the "echo" command can do. If anyone has the interest and nerves to give me a couple of reasons for this I would be most grateful.
Playing is learning and I must ask you to check with your terminal first:
What is the output of the command
echo !T in your terminal?
Here is what the terminal shows me as an output:
echo They are 9 in the fellowship They are 9 in the fellowship
The terminal I am playing with is using the default bash shell, on Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS. What does "!T" stand for in the "echo" command?