Shell programming is used by administrators and power users to write scripts to perform tasks such as customizing a working environment or automating repetitive tasks. In this hands-on course students learn to read, write, and debug Unix shell scripts using awk, sed, Bourne and KornShell commands. Topics include user interaction, functions, menus, conditional logic, loops and traps, and boot scripts.
Prerequisites: Unix/Linux Operating System Essentials or equivalent experience. Prior programming or scripting experience is also helpful but not required.
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