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12 Remarkable Free Shell Scripting Books   
Friday, June 13 2014 @ 06:06 AM EDT
Contributed by: sde

The focus of this article is to select the finest shell scripting books which are available to download for free. Many of the books featured here can also be freely distributed. So get reading, learning and sharing.

A shell script is a computer program designed to be run by the Unix shell, a command line interpreter. It is a text file containing a sequence of shell commands and constructs that perform a routine task. This sequence is typically executed by entering the name of the script on the command line. Alternatively, a script can be initialised using cron, a time-based job scheduler. It makes little sense to continually type a sequence of commands at a command prompt, particularly if they are long, complex, or difficult to remember. Scripting offers the virtue of alleviating this unnecessary burden.

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