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UNIX Shell Programming, 4th Edition
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1 36052 10-25-2005
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100% of reviewers $49.99 9.0
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Description: Completely revised and updated to include the latest deveolopments in Iternet and business applications, UNIX Shell Programming, Fourth Edition provides comprehensive coverage of Bourne, Korn, C, and BASH shells. Using a specially devloped three-step process, this invaluable guide takes you through the entire universe of UNIX shell, from simple commands and programming to the world of software devlopers and system administrators.

Using this comprehensive book, you'll be ables to choose the shell that's right fro you--whatever your needs or backround.
Keywords: unix shell programming korn bash c bourne
Publisher: Wiley Computer Publishing
ISBN: 0-471-16894-7


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Old 10-25-2005, 07:24 PM   #1
Sparkfist
 
Registered: Feb 2004
Distribution: Mint 14.1
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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: $49.99 | Rating: 9

Pros: Uses examples and touches on all currently used shells
Cons: Feels like it focus on Korn shell more then any other shell



I grabbed this as a better book to help me get BASH scripting, compared to the text book for the class.

It gives examples on how an operation should look (i.e. loops, if-then-else, menus, ect.). This works for someone like me that needs a visual add on something completely forein like programming.

One nice aspect is that you can learn how to use other shells. For example if your going to move or experiment with BSD knowing C shell would be usful.
 




  



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