Writing Better Shell Scripts - Part 3
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"To enhance this post, I've provided a video so that
you can see a general overview of the concepts that are presented.
Browsers supporting the HTML5 video tag should present you with a
Theora (ogg/ogv) video, and browsers lacking that support should
give you a Flash substitute via Flowplayer.
"To make things easier on you, all of the black command line and
script areas are set up so that you can copy the text from them.
This does make using the commands and scripts easier, but if you're
not already familiar with the concepts presented here, typing the
commands/code yourself and working through why you're typing them
will help you learn more. If you hit problems along the way, take a
look at the Troubleshooting section near the end of this post for
"There are formatting conventions that are used throughout this
post that you should be aware of. The following is a list outlining
the color and font formats used.
"Command Name or Directory Path
Warning or Error
Command Line Snippet With Commands/Options/Arguments
Command Options and Their Arguments Only"