Bash (In Easy Steps)
Wednesday, 08 May 2019

This book shows how to use the Bash command-line shell interface to communicate with the operating system kernel and how to employ Bash's programming abilities. Author Mike McGrath begins by demonstrating Bash commands for system navigation and file manipulation, and moves on to describe advanced features such as command history, command-line editing, and environment customization. He introduces Bash programming with examples of flow control, command switches, input/output, and debugging so readers learn how to create their own executable programs by copying the examples.

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Author: Mike McGrath
Publisher: In Easy Steps
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840788099
Print: 1840788097
Kindle: B07NNWVL2Z
Audience:Bash developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Other Languages 

 

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ISBN: 978-0596514983
Print: 0596514980
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ISBN: 978-1683921806
Print: 1683921801
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