UNIX Shell Programming
Duration: 3 Days
This course provides experienced users of the UNIX/Linux Korn or Bash Shells with further insights into effective and efficient shell use. The student will be prepared to design, code, test debug, and execute structured Shell procedures making full use of the basic, as well as the more advanced features of these Shells.
Topics Covered In This Course
Introduction and Background Information
Review of Unix Concepts and Commands
The Shell Environment
Simple Shell Scripts
Controlling Program Flow
Additional Programming Topics
The Stream Editor
The Awk Utility
What You Can Expect
The course is highly interactive and consists of theory with plenty of hands on practical content. This course will provide programmers and UNIX Support Staff with the skills necessary to construct extensive UNIX shell scripts. By the end of the course, delegates will confidently be able to put together and maintain complex shell scripts.
Who Should Take This Course
Experienced programmers and support staff, who have some experience of UNIX based systems, and who will be implementing further applications and systems. The course is suitable for delegates, wishing to use the Korn shell, on all versions of UNIX. (e.g. AIX, Solaris, HPUX, Irix, Linux etc.).
Attendees should have a good basic understanding of UNIX, gained through a UNIX: The Essentials course and at least three months practical experience. Knowledge of a standard UNIX editor will be required.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
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