Bash Notes for Professionals book

Bash Notes for Professionals book
  • Getting started with Bash
  • Script shebang
  • Navigating directories
  • Listing Files
  • Using cat
  • Grep
  • Aliasing
  • Jobs and Processes
  • Redirection
  • Control Structures
  • true, false and : commands
  • Arrays
  • Associative arrays
  • Functions
  • Bash Parameter Expansion
  • Copying (cp)
  • Find
  • Using sort
  • Sourcing
  • Here documents and here strings
  • Quoting
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Scripting with Parameters
  • Bash history substitutions
  • Math
  • Bash Arithmetic
  • Scoping
  • Process substitution
  • Programmable completion
  • Customizing PS1
  • Brace Expansion
  • getopts : smart positional-parameter parsing
  • Debugging
  • Pattern matching and regular expressions
  • Change shell
  • Internal variables
  • Job Control
  • Case statement
  • Read a file (data stream, variable) line-by-line (and/or field-by-field)?
  • File execution sequence
  • Splitting Files
  • File Transfer using scp
  • Pipelines
  • Managing PATH environment variable
  • Word splitting
  • Avoiding date using printf
  • Using “trap” to react to signals and system events
  • Chain of commands and operations
  • Type of Shells
  • Color script output (cross-platform)
  • co-processes
  • Typing variables
  • Jobs at specific times
  • Handling the system prompt
  • The cut command
  • Bash on Windows 10
  • Cut Command
  • global and local variables
  • CGI Scripts
  • Select keyword
  • When to use eval
  • Networking With Bash
  • Parallel
  • Decoding URL
  • Design Patterns
  • Pitfalls
  • Keyboard shortcuts

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204 pages, published on May 2018

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