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Why is using eval necessary to pass quoted arguments
I have the following example.
ARGUMENTS="-executors 1 -description \"The Host\" "
# error: parameter Host" is not allowed
java -jar swarm-client.jar $ARGUMENTS
# works fine with eval
eval java -jar swarm-client.jar $ARGUMENTS
In $ARGUEMENTS I have a quoted argument.
I do not understand, why grouping of argument by escaped quotes is working in call1.
I do not understand, why eval is necessary to resolve the quoting.
I think I do not understand the process / the order of command evaluation in shell. Who can explain?