Bash Guide for Beginners - Index

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Index.

A

aliases
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Aliases
ANSI-C quoting
Chapter 3. The Bash environment,ANSI-C quoting
arguments
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Checking command line arguments
arithmetic expansion
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Process substitution
arithmetic operators
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Process substitution
array
Chapter 10. More on variables, Creating arrays
awk
Chapter 6. The GNU awk programming language, Getting started with gawk
awkprogram
Chapter 6. The GNU awk programming language, Gawk commands

B

bash
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, Advantages of the Bourne Again SHell
.bash_login
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, ~/.bash_login
.bash_logout
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, ~/.bash_logout
.bash_profile
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, ~/.bash_profile
.bashrc
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, ~/.bashrc
batch editor
Chapter 5. The GNU sed stream editor, What is sed?
break
Chapter 9. Repetitive tasks, The break built-in
boolean operators
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Boolean operations
Bourne shell
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts,Shell types
brace expansion
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Tilde expansion
built-in commands
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, Shell built-in commands

C

case statements
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Using the exit statement and if
character classes
Chapter 4. Regular expressions, Character classes
child process
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, General
combined expressions
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Expressions used with if
command substitution
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Arithmetic expansion
comments
Chapter 2. Writing and debugging scripts, Adding comments
conditionals
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Introduction to if
configuration files
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Shell initialization files
constants
Chapter 10. More on variables, Constants
continue
Chapter 9. Repetitive tasks, The continue built-in
control signals
Chapter 12. Catching signals, Sending signals using the shell
creating variables
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Creating variables
csh
The C shell, Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, Shell types

D

debugging scripts
Chapter 2. Writing and debugging scripts, Debugging Bash scripts
declare
Chapter 10. More on variables, Using the declare built-in, Creating arrays
double quotes
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Double quotes

E

echo
An example Bash script: mysystem.sh, script1.sh, Debugging on part(s) of the script, Using the echo built-in command
editors
Chapter 2. Writing and debugging scripts, Writing and naming
else
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, if/then/else constructs
emacs
Chapter 2. Writing and debugging scripts, Writing and naming
env
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Global variables
esac
Chapter 7. Conditional statements, Using the exit statement and if
escape characters
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, Escape characters
escape sequences
Chapter 8. Writing interactive scripts, Using the echo built-in command
/etc/bashrc
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, /etc/bashrc
/etc/passwd
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, Shell types
/etc/profile
Chapter 3. The Bash environment, /etc/profile
/etc/shells
Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts, Shell types