Arguments | Another way to work with user inputs – Part 7

Welcome to Arguments chapter of BASH scripting series. This chapter will introduce you to another new method of getting user inputs for your script. In the previous chapter, we’ve used the read command to get user inputs. The read command works after our bash program is invoked by our bash interpreter ie., user input is prompted after the program is run, but this time we are interested in getting inputs as parameters or arguments so it will later be processed by our program.