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Mastering Linux Shell Scripting

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Linux Command Review
Basic Linux commands
General commands
File and directory handling commands
Filename generation characters
I/O Redirection features
Other commands
Getting Started
What is a shell script?
Development guidelines
Creating and editing shell scripts
Naming and storing shell scripts
Executing shell scripts
Exercise: Write a simple shell script
Using Variables
Environment variables
Local variables
Assigning values to variables
Assessing variable values
Using quotes
Delimiting variable names
Echo control sequences
Exercise: Add variables to a script
Integer Arithmetic
Using the expr command
Using the (( )) notation
Exercise: Add integer arithmetic to a shell script
Handling Run Time Data
The read command
Command line arguments
Exercise: Writing a generic shell script
Exercise: Writing an interactive shell script
Condition Execution
The if statement
The test command
Other test notations
Default and substitute variables
Exit status codes
Exercise: Adding validation to previous scripts
Loop Constructs
The while loop
The until loop
The for loop
The while true and until false loops
Loop control commands
Exercise: Enhancing the previously written scripts
Exercise: Writing a guess-the-number game
Multi-Branch Decisions
The case statement
Menu driven applications
Exercise: Developing and writing a menu system
What is a function?
Exercise: Add a function to a script
Interrupt Handling
Interrupt signals
Trapping interrupts
Exercise: Adding traps to the menu script
Additional Features and Facilities
The exec commands
The includes notation
More about loops
Here Documents
Exercise: Create a here script
Redirection, Pipes and Filters
Standard I/O and redirection
Command separation
Conditional execution
Grouping Commands
LINUX filters
The tee command
Backup and Restore Utilities
Archive devices
The cpio command
The tar command
The dd command
Background Job Scheduling
Starting background jobs
Background tasks and the nohup command
Process priorities and the nice command
Job control
Scheduling jobs with the at command
Scheduling jobs with the cron command
Regular Expression Notation
Regular expressions
Extended regular expressions
Searching Files for Patterns
The grep family of commands
The grep command
The fgrep command
The egrep command
The Stream Editor - sed
Introduction and command line syntax
The sed program structure
sed program processing
Use sed commands
sed addresses
sed instructions
Hold and get functions>/div>
Advanced flow control
Commands for Comparing Files
Compare two files with the cmp command
Compare two files with the comm command
Compare two files with the diff and sdiff commands
Compare large files with the bdiff command
File Manipulation Commands
The file command
The head command
The tail command
The cut command
The paste command
The pr command
The split and csplit commands
Identify and Translate Characters
od - octal dump
Use cat to display non-printing characters
The expand and unexpand commands
The tr command
Sorting Files
The sort command
Specify sort keys with –k
Sort by column positions
The uniq command
Introduction to the Pattern Scanning Utility - awk
Introduction and command line syntax
The awk program structure
Use regular expressions
Simple patterns
Extended patterns
Special patterns (BEGIN and END)
Program variables
Built-in variables
User defined variables
Mathematical operators
Enhanced printing
Handling user variables
awk Program Control Structures
Program control structures
The if construct
The while and do ... while constructs
The basic for construct
Associative array handling
Built in functions
The system function
The getline function
User defined functions

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