Join Scott Simpson for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Bash Scripting.
…There are a lot of fantastic resources out there for…beginner, intermediate and advanced Bash users, and one of the…best is the Bash manual itself, which you can get…to in your terminal window using the command man bash.…Or you can find it online.…There's a community at Bash-hackers with a…lot of great guides and information as well.…The Linux documentation project has a detailed list of gotchas or…things to watch out for, along with code examples to describe them.…If you run into problems or have a question you can't…find the answer to in the documentation, stackoverflow is a great option.…I hope you had as much fun with this course as I had creating it.…
I encourage to leave feedback via the course homepage and as always, let…us know what other kinds of courses you would be interested in seeing.…Whether you build for your own consumption or…to share with others, always keep learning and creating.…Have fun and good luck.…
- What is Bash?
- Managing output with grep, awk, and cut
- Understanding Bash script syntax
- Creating a basic Bash script
- Displaying text with "echo"
- Working with numbers, strings, and arrays
- Reading and writing text files
- Working with loops
- Using functions
- Getting user input during execution
- Ensuring a response
Skill Level Beginner
Linux: Bash Shell and Scriptswith Kevin Dankwardt2h 46m Intermediate
1. Working with the Command Line
2. Building Bash Scripts
3. Control Structures
4. Interacting with the User
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