Linux/UNIX Shell Programming
This course treats the logical power of the UNIX/AIX and Linux command shell, an extreme powerful environment for efficient programming.
This course covers all the possibilities of the program structures in the UNIX shell scripts. The use of the classic program logic in shell procedures and the syntax for programming is clearly explained, as well as the meaning and the possibilities of AWK.
Throughout the course a substantial amount of time is spent on practical exercises and case studies.
On successful completion of this course you will be able to:
· describe and explain all the possibilities of the program structures in the UNIX shell scripts
· use shell syntax for programming
. use AWK.
Module 1: UNIX Shells and Shell Scripts
Module 2: The Shell Environment
Module 3: Regular Expressions and the grep Command
Module 4: The sed Editor
Module 5: The nawk Programming Language
Module 6: Archiving files and SSH
Module 7: Conditionals
Module 8: Interactive Scripts
Module 9: Loops
Module 10: Advanced Variables, Parameters, and Argument Lists
Module 11: Functions
Module 12: Traps
Attendance of the introductory Linux or UNIX course or has equivalent experience with UNIX/Linux/AIX, is expected as well as basic knowledge of a programming language.
|Capacity||Max 12 Persons|
|Training Type||Classroom / Virtual Classroom|