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The Bash Scripting Tutorial, Part 3

Using tests and loops in Bash

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If you work with computers, there’s probably been a time where you’ve thought: “Wow, there’s got to be a way I can automate this”.

A computer script is a list of commands designed to be executed by a program. They are used to automate tasks such as data analysis, webpage generation, and system administration. And the ability to…




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