This is the command kdb-sget that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
kdb-sget - Get the value of a key stored in the key database from a script
kdb sget <path> <default-value>
Where path is the full path to the key and default-value is the value that should be
printed if no value can be retrieved.
This command is used to retrieve the value of a key from within a script.
When using the kdb tool in a script, the user should use the sget command in place of the
The kdb-get(1) command should not be used in scripts because it may return an error
instead of printing a value in certain circumstances.
The sget command guarantees that a value will be printed (unless the user passes faulty
This command will either print the value of the key it retrives or a default value that
the user specifies.
To get the value of a key from a script or return the value 0: kdb sget user/example/key 0
To get the value of a key using a cascading lookup or return the value notfound: kdb get
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