[Solved] Bash : how to pass arguments to a heredoc script

creatldd1 creatldd1 Asks: Bash : how to pass arguments to a heredoc script
Imagine you have a silly script test.sh to which arguments are passed that would look like this:

Code:
bash test.sh arg1 arg2 arg3

with test.sh being a silly script that displays its command line:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
echo "$0 $*"

I would like to do the same using bash heredoc << to feed the script to bash. So I tried this :

Code:
bash <<'EOF' -- arg1 arg2 arg3
echo "$0 $*"
EOF

But it fails with error

Code:
bash: arg1: No such file or directory

Any idea ?

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