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'(' is invalid here. Did you forget to escape it?
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[[ -z "$1" || "$1" = (-h|--help) ]] && {

Expected another argument for this operator.
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[[ -z "$1" || "$1" = (-h|--help) ]] && {

Fix any mentioned problems and try again.
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[[ -z "$1" || "$1" = (-h|--help) ]] && {

Unexpected ..

Note: There is a [known bug](../issues/1036) in the current version when [directives](../wiki/Directive) appear within then clauses of if blocks that causes Shellcheck to report SC1072 on otherwise valid code. Avoid using directives within then clauses - instead place them at the top of the if block or another enclosing block. This is fixed on the online version and the next release.

See Parser Error.

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Multiple headers with the same content
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### [zpm](https://github.com/zpm-zsh/zpm)
Severity: Info
Found in README.md by markdownlint

MD024 - Multiple headers with the same content

Tags: headers

Aliases: no-duplicate-header

Parameters: allowdifferentnesting (boolean; default false)

This rule is triggered if there are multiple headers in the document that have the same text:

# Some text

## Some text

To fix this, ensure that the content of each header is different:

# Some text

## Some more text

Rationale: Some markdown parses generate anchors for headers based on the header name, and having headers with the same content can cause problems with this.

If the parameter allow_different_nesting is set to true, header duplication under different nesting is allowed, like it usually happens in change logs:

# Change log

## 2.0.0

### Bug fixes

### Features

## 1.0.0

### Bug fixes

Couldn't parse this test expression.
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Couldn't parse this ...

This parsing error points to the structure ShellCheck was trying to parse when a parser error occurred. See [[Parser error]] for more information.

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Original content from the ShellCheck https://github.com/koalaman/shellcheck/wiki.

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