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   19 .H 2 "collect"
   20 The arguments are interpreted as a command to be passed to the operating system.
   21 The result is one word for
   22 each white-space separated word of the output of the command.
   23 .P
   24 The command will not be echoed unless the -No_Silent option
   25 is specified on the command line.
   26 .H 3 "Example"
   27 Read the date and time and assign it to a variable:
   28 .eB
   29 now = [collect date];
   30 .eE
   31 Do not use the collect function to expand a filename wildcard,
   32 used the [glob] function instead.
   33 .H 3 "See Also"
   34 collect_lines, execute, glob, read, read_lines, write
   35 .H 3 "Also Known As"
   36 shell