What does the ":" in shell scripts mean?
I found the following in a shell script.
Probably 'USE_MAD' is an environment variable.
I found the following but could not aply this to my case, since there is no if / else
Several scripting languages might use
: as a separator. In that case if
USE_MAD was previously defined you would prepend that to
It would help though to know what scripting language this is and the wider context of that statement.