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Re: Linux Shell Programming



"Steven W. Orr" wrote:

> In my opinion, bash is a superior shell to all others. There are two types
> of shells. They are called Bourne flavored and C flavored. csh, tcsh
> are C flavored shells. Bash, ksh, and sh are all Bourne flavored
> shells. For reasons that I'm not going to cover right now, Bash is quite
> superior, but the best book for learning bash is The New Kornshell Command
> and Programming Language by Bolsky & Korn from Prentis Hall. The book is
> relevent because bash is pretty much compliant with Korn shell.
>
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>
> On Fri, 3 Mar 2000, George Chantzopoulos wrote:
>
> =>Hi there!
> =>I have to do a university project and among others I have to use Linux
> =>Shell Programming. Are there any good books you have in mind?
> =>Chears!
> =>
> =>------------------------------
> =>

Fist of all thanks to everyone for the help given on this issue. Just to be
more specific I have to use bash     Shell because among the other reasons
this is the Shell that my supervisor use.
Does anyone knows the book "UNIX Shell Programming" by Lowell Jay Arthur and
Ted Burns?



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