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* Prepend to array
@ 2022-05-09 20:30 Perry Smith
  2022-05-09 23:45 ` Bart Schaefer
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From: Perry Smith @ 2022-05-09 20:30 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: zsh-users

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I have no idea where I came up with this but reading the internet and the documentation leads me to think that this isn’t really supported.

> # Add in my own functions
> fpath[1,0]=$ZDOTDIR/functions

It does exactly what I want: it prepends $ZDOTDIR/functions to the front of the fpath array.  I can’t even find an example where the 2nd index is less than the first index.

So, I thought I would ask:

1) Is the above syntax supported or does it just happen to work currently?

2) What is the prescribed method of prepending to an array: e.g.

fpath=( /a/b /c/d )

fpath=( /x/y /a/b /c/d )

Thank you for your time,

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