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 ##Passing variables into a job at submission ##Passing variables into a job at submission
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 The first example will replace the user's environment with a new environment containing only values for A and b and the SLURM_* environment variables. The second will add the values for A and b to the existing environment. The first example will replace the user's environment with a new environment containing only values for A and b and the SLURM_* environment variables. The second will add the values for A and b to the existing environment.
  
-##Using variables to set SLURM job name and output files+## Using variables to set SLURM job name and output files
  
 SLURM does not support using variables in the #SBATCH lines within a job script. However, values passed from the command line have precedence over values defined in the job script. So the job name and output/​error files can be passed on the sbatch command line: SLURM does not support using variables in the #SBATCH lines within a job script. However, values passed from the command line have precedence over values defined in the job script. So the job name and output/​error files can be passed on the sbatch command line:
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