Re: Shell Scripting Guide?
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 23:40:16 -0700
> I am new to Unix shell scripting. Have decent knowledge of Unix
> Been asked to beef up my skills to be able to write scripts (AIX - K
> shell by default, Bash also available).
> Are there any good books on Shell Scripting available for download?
> Let me know the URLs from where I can download these.
As for K shell, I am assuming you mean korn shell or ksh. I don't do much in
that but I found this doing a google search:
- Re: (patch for Bash) shifting for parameters and arrays
... Bash is bloated enough already. ... Shell scripting has changed in the ... > Not because they weren't good, but because, like William's patches, ...
... A solution that requires more than bash. ... I've yet to see a bash installation that didn't come with awk. ... If you have a small shell script doing file movement and/or ... I've been shell scripting for 30 years and awk scripting for 10 so I do ...
- Re: Shell Programming
... > I am new to UNIX and I want to get a feel for shell scripting. ... echo is usually a built-in command on modern shells, ...
- Re: Book recommendations (slightly OT)
... I was going to pick up a book on shell scripting but wanted to ask the ... This is the POSIX compatible Bourne Shell. ... You could learn bash -- it is pretty much a de-facto standard nowadays ...
- Re: object oriented shell scripts
... Shell scripting often is a purpose of its own. ... art form than real programming, yet ridiculously real programs still are ... I see that Christopher A. Jones'es book "UNIX Shell Objects" ...