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How do you escape a PPM token name in unix IF statement

 How do I escape the 2nd token so it stays  [PKGL.P.DATA1]?     I'm trying to see if the token contains a value in an object type.  If the token resolves to [PKGL.P.DATA1]  I know its not used by the object type.    

if [[  [PKGL.P.DATA1] != [PKGL.P.DATA1] ]]; then ......      

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Frequent Contributor.. hyllplan Frequent Contributor..
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Re: How do you escape a PPM token name in unix IF statement

Put it in vars maybe?
var="[PKGL.P."
var2="DATA1]"

if [[ "[PKGL.P.DATA1]" != "${var}${var2}" ]]; then ......

Ppm starts with resolving tokens
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