amartin at stagleys.demon.co.uk (Andrew Martin) writes:
> : The line in your file sets the local shell-variable Data, not an
> : environment variable, if the file is treated as a shell-script.
I added this condition because I have never used the program in
> NO! It doesn't even set a local (shell) variable. The file is read
> by the BLAST program not the shell, so it is used to set a parameter
> internal to the program.
I will take your word for it. I just guessed (wrongly, it appears),
that the file in question was a shell script that was sourced by
the program since the syntax of the snippet resembled that of a(n)