Bash Shell Scripting

PT20380
Summary
This course presents the Linux / Unix computer professional (user, systems administrator, application/system programmer) the techniques needed to develop Bash shell scripting procedures. All Linux systems support all of the techniques in this course. Note: in some cases/techniques, Korn shell will be used for a capability that is not present in the Bash shell.
Prerequisites
It is assumed that participants either have attended a Fundamentals of Linux / Unix course, or have equivalent experience with a(ny) Linux and/or Unix system (file control and manipulations commands, usage of a text editor, such as nano or vim).
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for the Linux / Unix computer professional (user, systems administrator, and application/system programmer).
Topics
Writing Bash Shell Scripts
  • Advanced Features in Bash Shell Scripts

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