Shell Scripting

FreeBSD 11    |    Beginner
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Learn shell scripts for Unix systems and discover various ways of filtering command line data. The Unix shell acts as a command line interpreter and typically controls operations such as file manipulation, program execution, and printing. During this course, you will learn to configure and execute a shell script and run Unix commands as background processes. Next, explore common shell script constructs, such as variables, conditional execution, and loops, to iterate through command sets. Examine various ways to filter and format commands and command line data. Finally, run regular expressions (regex) to search and filter data via grep and Awk commands.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize regex syntax for searching and filtering
    recognize which Unix commands are used for filtering and formatting
    filter data using grep
    filter data using awk
    run Unix commands in the background
    specify how shell scripts are created and how they execute
  • recognize variable scopes and how they are used
    use if statements to control script flow
    use loops to iterate through a set of commands
    configure and execute a shell script
    filter data and create shell scripts

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