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Old 10-05-2008, 06:00 AM   #1
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Watch as a red snake breaks open an oyster anticipating a new designer, that's not what that title means. Actually, this is a scripting tutorial of some basic methods like getopts, variable manipulation, output formatting, conditionals and functions/subroutines. Scripting languages translate very much like Romance Languages --- usually the quickest way to learn a second one is to simply translate your knowledge of the first one. A year ago, I had written a Zenoss-v1 device script in python, perl and bash for a friend to adjust to python with his knowledge of perl.



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