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Newham C., Rosenblatt B. — Learning the bash Shell
Newham C., Rosenblatt B. — Learning the bash Shell

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Название: Learning the bash Shell

Авторы: Newham C., Rosenblatt B.

Аннотация:

O'Reilly's bestselling book on Linux's bash shell is at it again. Now that Linux is an established player both as a server and on the desktop Learning the bash Shell has been updated and refreshed to account for all the latest changes. Indeed, this third edition serves as the most valuable guide yet to the bash shell. As any good programmer knows, the first thing users of the Linux operating system come face to face with is the shell the UNIX term for a user interface to the system. In other words, it's what lets you communicate with the computer via the keyboard and display. Mastering the bash shell might sound fairly simple but it isn't. In truth, there are many complexities that need careful explanation, which is just what Learning the bash Shell provides. If you are new to shell programming, the book provides an excellent introduction, covering everything from the most basic to the most advanced features. And if you've been writing shell scripts for years, it offers a great way to find out what the new shell offers. Learning the bash Shell is also full of practical examples of shell commands and programs that will make everyday use of Linux that much easier. With this book, programmers will learn:

* How to install bash as your login shell
* The basics of interactive shell use, including UNIX file and directory structures, standard I/O, and background jobs
* Command line editing, history substitution, and key bindings
* How to customize your shell environment without programming
* The nuts and bolts of basic shell programming, flow control structures, command-line options and typed variables
* Process handling, from job control to processes, coroutines and subshells
* Debugging techniques, such as trace and verbose modes
* Techniques for implementing system-wide shell customization and features related to system security


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 3rd

Год издания: 2005

Количество страниц: 352

Добавлена в каталог: 04.03.2007

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! (exclamation point)      
! (exclamation point), != (not equal to operator)      
! (exclamation point), != (string comparison operator)      
! (exclamation point), conditional not operator      
! (exclamation point), debugger command      
! (exclamation point), environment variable      
! (exclamation point), event designators      
! (exclamation point), extended pattern-matching operator      
! (exclamation point), logical not operator      
! (exclamation point), negation operator      
! (exclamation point), negation wildcard      
! (exclamation point), process ID shell variable      
" (double quotes)      
" (double quotes), arithmetic expressions in
" (double quotes), around shell variables
" (double quotes), around special characters
" (double quotes), backslash preceding
" (double quotes), command line processing of
# (hash mark)      
# (hash mark), ## (pattern-matching operator)      
# (hash mark), array element length operator      
# (hash mark), comments      
# (hash mark), environment variable      2nd
# (hash mark), length operator      
# (hash mark), pattern-matching operator      2nd
# (hash mark), prepend comment, vi      
# (hash mark), printf flag      
$ (dollar sign)      
$ (dollar sign), environment variable      
$ (dollar sign), variable substitution      2nd 3rd
$ (dollar sign), vi command      2nd
$ (dollar sign), word designator      
$0 positional parameter      
$1 positional parameter      
$2 positional parameter      
$3 positional parameter      
$else directive, readline      
$endif directive, readline      
$if directive, readline      
% (percent sign)      
% (percent sign), %% (job most recently put in background)      
% (percent sign), %% (pattern-matching operator)      2nd
% (percent sign), %+ (job most recently put in background)      
% (percent sign), %- (job second-most recently put in background)      
% (percent sign), %? (job containing string)      
% (percent sign), job numbers      
% (percent sign), modulus operator      
% (percent sign), pattern-matching operator      
% (percent sign), printf format specifiers      2nd
% (percent sign), word designator      
& (ampersand)      
& (ampersand), && (logical and operator)      2nd 3rd
& (ampersand), &\\> (output and error redirection)
& (ampersand), bitwise and operator
& (ampersand), running commands in background      2nd
' (single quotes)      
' (single quotes), around special characters      
' (single quotes), command line processing of      
' (single quotes), enclosing RETURN      
' (single quotes), in alias definition      
' (single quotes), when to use      
( ) (parentheses)      
( ) (parentheses), ((...)) (arithmetic test)      2nd 3rd
( ) (parentheses), command substitution      
( ) (parentheses), grouping conditional operators      
( ) (parentheses), in arithmetic expressions      
( ) (parentheses), nested subshells      
(dollar sign), $$ (shell variable)      
(dollar sign), $((...)) (arithmetic expressions)      
(dollar sign), $((...)) (arithmetic test)      
* (asterisk)      
* (asterisk), ** (exponentiation operator)      
* (asterisk), environment variable      2nd 3rd
* (asterisk), extended pattern-matching operator      
* (asterisk), multiplication operator      
* (asterisk), pattern-matching operator      
* (asterisk), special array index      
* (asterisk), textual completion, vi      
* (asterisk), wildcard      
* (asterisk), word designator      
+ (plus sign)      
+ (plus sign), ++ (increment operator)      
+ (plus sign), addition operator      
+ (plus sign), extended pattern-matching operator      
+ (plus sign), printf flag      
+ (plus sign), vi command      2nd
+ (plus sign), xtrace output      
, (comma)      
, (comma), sequential evaluation operator      
, (comma), vi command      
- (hyphen)      
- (hyphen), -- (decrement operator)      
- (hyphen), append word, vi      
- (hyphen), environment variable      
- (hyphen), preceding options      
- (hyphen), printf flag      
- (hyphen), subtraction operator      
- (hyphen), vi command      2nd
-a (file attribute operator)      
-a (logical operator)      
-d (file attribute operator)      
-e (file attribute operator)      
-eq (equal to test operator)      
-eq (integer comparison operator)      
-f (file attribute operator)      
-G (file attribute operator)      
-ge (greater than or equal to test operator)      
-ge (integer comparison operator)      
-gt (greater than test operator)      
-gt (integer comparison operator)      
-le (integer comparison operator)      
-le (less than or equal to test operator)      
-lt (integer comparison operator)      
-lt (less than test operator)      
-N (file attribute operator)      
-n (string comparison operator)      
-ne (integer comparison operator)      
-ne (not equal to test operator)      
-nt (file attribute operator)      
-O (file attribute operator)      
-o (logical operator)      
-ot (file attribute operator)      
-r (file attribute operator)      
-s (file attribute operator)      
-w (file attribute operator)      
-x (file attribute operator)      
-z (string comparison operator)      
. (dot)      
. (dot), .. (parent directory)      
. (dot), command      
. (dot), current directory      
. (dot), preceding filenames      2nd
. (dot), synonym to source command      
. (dot), vi command      
.bashrc file      
.bashrc file, ignoring      
.bashrc file, restricted      
.bash_history file      
.bash_login file      
.bash_logout file      
.bash_profile file      
.bash_profile file, environment file and      
.bash_profile file, environment variables in      
.bash_profile file, restricted      2nd
.inputrc file      
.profile file      
/ (slash)      
/ (slash), // (pattern-matching and replacement operator)      
/ (slash), division operator      
/ (slash), in restricted shell      
/ (slash), pattern-matching and replacement operator      
/ (slash), vi command      
0 (zero) environment variable      
0 (zero) printf flag      
0 (zero) word designator      
: (colon)      
: (colon), :+ (string operator)      2nd
: (colon), :- (string operator)      
: (colon), := (string operator)      2nd
: (colon), :? (string operator)      2nd
: (colon), command      
: (colon), string operator      
; (semicolon)      
; (semicolon), statement separator      
; (semicolon), vi command      
< (less than sign)      
< (less than sign), <& (input redirection)
< (less than sign), <&- (input redirection)
< (less than sign), << (bit-shift left operator)
< (less than sign), << (here-document)      2nd
< (less than sign), <= (less than or equal to operator)
< (less than sign), <\\> (input/output redirection)
< (less than sign), input redirection      
< (less than sign), less than operator      
< (less than sign), redirecting input      
< (less than sign), string comparison operator      
= (equal sign)      
= (equal sign), == (equal to operator)      
= (equal sign), string comparison operator      
= (equal sign), textual completion, vi      
> (greater than sign)      
> (greater than sign), output redirection      
? (question mark)      
? (question mark), debugger command      
? (question mark), environment variable      2nd
? (question mark), extended pattern-matching operator      
? (question mark), vi command      
? (question mark), wildcard      
@ (at sign)      
@ (at sign), environment variable      2nd 3rd
@ (at sign), extended pattern-matching operator      
@ (at sign), hostname completion      
@ (at sign), special array index      
a command, vi      
Absolute pathname      [See full pathname]
album example      2nd
alias command      2nd
Aliases      2nd
aliases, Bourne shell not supporting      
aliases, examples in archive for      
aliases, global (not possible)      
aliases, order of precedence for      
aliases, processing on command line      
aliases, recursive      
aliases, wildcards in      
ampersand (&)      
ampersand (&), && (logical and operator)      2nd 3rd
ampersand (&), &\\> (output and error redirection)
ampersand (&), bitwise and operator
ampersand (&), running commands in background      2nd
angle brackets      [See greater than sign less than sign]
archive file for bash      2nd
Arguments      
arguments, for command-line options      
arguments, in for statement list      2nd
arguments, positional parameters for      
arithmetic (integer) variables      
arithmetic (integer) variables, assignment      
arithmetic (integer) variables, declaring      2nd
arithmetic conditionals      
arithmetic expressions      
arithmetic expressions, associativity in      
arithmetic expressions, evaluation of      
arithmetic expressions, precedence in      
arithmetic expressions, syntax for      
arithmetic for statement      2nd
arithmetic operators      2nd
Arrays      
arrays, assigning to themselves (bug)      
arrays, assigning values to      
arrays, associative, Korn      
arrays, declaring      
arrays, declaring variables as      2nd
arrays, deleting      
arrays, deleting elements of      
arrays, element length operator for      
arrays, one-dimensional      2nd
arrays, reading values into      
arrays, special indices for      
arrow keys, emacs      2nd
assignment of arithmetic variables      
associative arrays, Korn      
asterisk (*)      
asterisk (*), ** (exponentiation operator)      
asterisk (*), environment variable      2nd 3rd
asterisk (*), extended pattern-matching operator      
asterisk (*), multiplication operator      
asterisk (*), pattern-matching operator      
asterisk (*), special array index      
asterisk (*), textual completion, vi      
asterisk (*), wildcard      
asterisk (*), word designator      
at sign (@)      
at sign (@), environment variable      2nd 3rd
at sign (@), extended pattern-matching operator      
at sign (@), hostname completion      
at sign (@), special array index      
AT&T UWIN package
auto_resume environment variable      
awk command      
b command, vi      
background I/O      
background jobs      
background jobs, bringing to foreground      
background jobs, job number for      
background jobs, priority of      
background jobs, process ID for      
background jobs, saving standard output and error to one file      2nd
background jobs, sending foreground jobs to      
background jobs, sending job to background      
background jobs, starting      2nd
background jobs, waiting until finished      
backslash (\\\\)      
backslash (\\\\), backslash-escaping      
backslash (\\\\), continuation character      2nd
backslash (\\\\), escape character, echo      
backslash (\\\\), escape character, prompt strings      
backslash (\\\\), textual completion, vi      
BACKSPACE command      
bash      
bash command      
bash command, - option      2nd
bash command, - option (old)      
bash command, --debugger option      2nd
bash command, --dump-po-strings option      2nd
bash command, --dump-strings option      2nd
bash command, --help option      2nd 3rd
bash command, --init-file option      2nd
bash command, --login option      2nd
bash command, --noediting option      2nd
bash command, --noprofile option      2nd
bash command, --norc option      2nd
bash command, --posix option      2nd 3rd
bash command, --quiet option      2nd
bash command, --rcfile option      2nd
bash command, --verbose option      2nd
bash command, --version option      2nd 3rd
bash command, -c option      2nd
bash command, -c option (old)      
bash command, -D option      2nd
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