Understanding and Writing functions in Shell Scripts – Part VI

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Anoop C S

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4 Responses

  1. Anoop C S says:

    Play around with basic shell commands(especially the shell buit-ins) to become familiar with shell. Mode of scripting is just as simple as programming. Try out the pdf from the following link.


    It will help you to step into the world of shell scripting.
    Good luck. . .

  2. Hi…

    Am new for shell and how to become master in Shell scripting.

    • Mr.Hans says:

      kid keep trying and failing and you will be become master in shell scripting there is no shortcut..

      • Ravi Saive says:


        Thanks for motivating and supporting our readers, it will help them to boost their learning process..

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