Unix desktop guide to the Korn Shell. The fast, easy reference to the Korn Shell. The Korn and Bourne Shells are the standard command interpreters for the growing UNIX system. Now you can apply these performance-oriented tools to our UNIX system with this book. Clear, concise explanations guide you through the concepts of these popular systems. Here, you learn the basics of the UNIX environment and how to use the Shells at your keyboard. You learn all the features and facets and get a handle on how UNIX works -- including I/O redirection, pipes, functions, and aliases. Examples and screen shots accompany all explanations. You learn how to create working applications and shell scripts that add hallmarks to your UNIX system. You discover easy ways to work and program with variables, conditional executions, loops, arithmetic, and other shell facilities. More advanced details explore the Korn and Bourne shells' built-in commands, terminal input, and much more. Sample files and functions make it easy to fune tune your system with programming. Plus, a compolete quick refernce puts the information in a fast and easy-to-find section. It includes speedy access to syntax, built-in commands, set options and variables, and UNIX commands.
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This paperback book is in very good condition with some cover wear.