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Bash Guide for Beginners - Table Of Contents
- Chapter 1. Bash and Bash scripts: Why Bash is so good, building blocks, first guidelines on developing good scripts.
- Chapter 2. Writing and debugging scripts: Writing and debugging.
- Chapter 3. The Bash environment: Initialization files, variables, quoting characters, shell expansion order, aliases, options.
- Chapter 4. Regular expressions: Regular expressions: an introduction.
- Chapter 5. The GNU sed stream editor: An introduction to the sed line editor.
- Chapter 6. The GNU awk programming language: Introduction to the awk programming language.
- Chapter 7. Conditional statements: Constructs used in Bash to test conditions.
- Chapter 8. Writing interactive scripts: Making scripts user-friendly, catching user input.
- Chapter 9. Repetitive tasks: Constructs used in Bash to automate command execution.
- Chapter 10. More on variables: Specifying variable types, introduction to arrays of variables, operations on variables.
- Chapter 11. Functions: An introduction.
- Chapter 12. Catching signals: Introduction to process signalling, trapping user-sent signals.