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I don't know much about linux newbee...trying to cross into the linght.....
I got this homework quiz project and don't have any idea on how to do this...
here are the questions
b) Describe the difference between the while, until and for statements in the
Korn shell. Show a small example shell script of using each.
c) Write a shell script that performs the following tasks:
1) Displays a message similar to: It is now 2002-06-03 21:30:54 using
the current info.
2) If the time is between 11:30pm - 5:00am, display a message stating
"You should be sleeping!" Otherwise, display a message stating "You're
3) Display a prompt and ask for the user to guess your name. If they
guess incorrectly, the script should display an appropriate message and
ask them to guess again. It should continue until the user correctly
guesses your name. It should then display how many guesses it took to
get it right.
can some1 help me do this cause my brain is fried.........please help with these question guys..........