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Course Catalog » Linux Curriculum » Linux Series

Linux Shell Programming

Duration
4 hours

Overview

Description

The Linux Shell Programming course describes the use of coding components such as variables, parameters, expressions, and functions that can appear within a shell script. Details relating to conditional execution and looping that can be programmed into the script is supplied along with the handling of script errors.

Audience

System operators and other personnel who are new to the Linux environment and require knowledge on writing shell scripts.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of Linux.

Objectives

After completing this course, the student will be able to identify how to:

  • Use the shell as a programming tool
  • Manipulate custom and standard shell variables
  • Use statements like IF and WHILE for program flow control
  • Write simple and advanced programs using shell scripts

Course Content

Concepts

Using the Shell as a Programming Tool

Creating a Simple Shell Script

Using Variables

Positional Parameters

Arithmetic Expressions

Handling User Input

Flow Control

What is Flow Control?

Conditional Execution of Commands

Test Operators

Looping

Multiple Choice Handling

Advanced Topics

Variable Handling Constructs

Extensions to User Input Handling

Functions

Handling Errors

Linux Shell Programming Mastery Test

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