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Date Added: May 11, 2017
Date Added: May 11, 2017
In this tutorial you'll learn to use the for loop to display names of directory files existing in your home folder, on the terminal using for loop. The for loop is an excellent construct and quite often the first choice in cases where it is not known in advance how many iterations the loop is supposed to perform.
- Shell, Kernel, Terminal & More
- View System Date, Calender
- Create Files & Directories
- Text Files: Create, Merge & Play
- Rename & Delete Files & Directories
- Create Copies, Links to Files & Directories
- File Permissions
- See What's In Using 'ls'
- Change File Permissions Using 'chmod'
- Count Lines, Words & Characters Using 'wc'
- Cut Through Your Files
- Convert & Copy Files With 'dd'
- Get Help, View Fancy Text & Reduce File Size
- Hello World!
- Use Commands In Your Scripts
- Shell Variables, Grab User Input Using 'read'
- Positional Parameters
- More On Positional Parameters
- Reverse Quotes Or Accent Graves
- Count The Number of Command Line Arguments Using $#
- Math On Integers Using 'expr'
- Operator Precedence
- Math On Real Numbers
- Escape Sequences
- Do Cool Things With 'tput'
- 'if-then' Statement in Action
- : The 'if-then-else' Statement
- Run Checks on Numbers
- Run Checks On Files
- Append Text to a File Through Shell Script
- Run Checks On Strings
- The 'AND' Logical Operator
- Count The Number of Characters in User's Input in Your Script
- The 'OR' Logical Operator
- The 'case' Statement
- Another Date With 'case' Statement
- The 'while' Loop
- The 'until' Loop
- The 'for' Loop
- Rant & Little Work
- Search Patterns Using 'grep'
- The 'passwd' File Explained
- The Internal Field Separator
- 'passwd' File Revisited
- Reading From a File
- Sleep while you are at work
- Count the number of words & sentences in a text file without using 'wc'
- Fetch & Redirect Man Pages of commands using 'for loop'
- Nested Loops
- The 'break' Statement
- The 'continue' Statement
- More on Metacharacters
- Adding & Removing Users
- Know when users log in Part One
- : Know when users log in Part Two
- Know when users log in Final Part
- Communicate with other users using 'write'
- Create Your Own Commands Using Functions
- Executing Multiple Scripts
This series is a collection of 62 video tutorials on UNIX/Linux Shell Programming. The tutorials are designed to benefit beginners but experienced shell programmers may also learn a few tricks of the trade in the course.
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