Shell Scripts | Linux for Programmers #10
In this continuation of our Linux for programmers series, we’re going to be covering shell scripts within Linux. Shell scripts are a way to execute shell commands within a script. You can implement loops, if statements, conditions, statements that execute, and expressions that evaluate.
0:00 – Introduction & Overview
0:53 – Creating a Shell Script
3:26 – Executing Shell Scripts
5:01 – Functions
9:15 – Variables
10:47 – Exit Command
13:05 – If/Elif/Else
17:34 – User Input
19:12 – Outro
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