The previous part of this guide, Guide to Advanced Bash Scripting: Part 1, describes the advanced Bash scripting concepts of Bash functions, list constructs, arrays, aliases, and regular expressions.
A Shebang directive, which always begins with the sequence #!, can sometimes be found on the first line of a Bash or Python script.
This guide expands extends the Introduction to Bash Shell Scripting guide and our Intermediate Guide to Bash Shell Scripting guide by demonstrating the use of Bash functions, list constructs, arrays, aliases, and regular expressions.
In the previous guide of this series, Getting Started with Bash Scripting, you learned Bash basics, like creating and using variables, getting user input, using environment variables, and more.
IntroductionThis guide is an introduction to bash shell programming. Bash shell programming empowers Linux users to take programmatic control over the Linux operating system.
IntroductionThis guide presents some of the advanced capabilities of the bash shell by showing practical and fully functional bash scripts.
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