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I am new to scripting and just needed some help writing a script please. How can I write a script which prints the numbers 1-29 on one line of the standard output, with a white space between each number?
I would appreciate it if someone can please help.
Yea after reading the first two was wondering why they were doing loops. Maybe as training?
Why dont you try reading over http://www.tldp.org/LDP/Bash-Beginne...tml/index.html so you can get a full understanding of what is actually happening here. The brackets in the echo will do something called "bash expansion" try looking up that term if you are curious.
@amber1: don't edit posts, it just confuses people.
Or more precisely, don't edit your post to substantially change its content. It's normally considered better to edit your post to append content than to double-post, and of course editing your post to correct typos is fine