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I'm trying to make a shell script for a class in college where it will tack to entered arguments and display them on the screen as " Your first argument was ___" and "your Second argument was ____". If more or less then two arguments are entered the program will quit.
So it I entered:
./usage.bash hi there
my out put should be:
your first argument was hi
your second argument was there.
Here is what I have so far:
if [ ]
echo "Your first argument was $1"
echo "Your second argument was $2"
I need to figure out how to test to see if I have two arguments.