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The fun and easy way(TM) to start writing Linux(r) bash shell programs With Linux shell programming, it's easy to create sophisticated applications quickly – after you pick up a few basic programming skills. That's where this friendly guide comes in. Walking you through all the basics, from variables and subprograms to printouts and debugging, programming pro Jim Keogh will have you creating Linux apps in a snap.
Discover how to: Write your first shell program Design a user interface Work with loops, functions, and more Create database and e-mail programs Harness the ten most useful Linux utilities Debug your programs
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Linux(r) Programming For Dummies(r) is the fast and easy way to get up-to speed on designing, developing, and debugging programs on the Linux platform.
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Jim Keogh is the chair of the Software Development for Electronic Commerce track at Columbia University and the author of more than 40 computer books.
- ISBN 0764506919
- ISBN-13 9780764506918
- Title Linux. Programming for Dummies.
- Author Jim Keogh, James Edward Keogh
- Format Paperback
- Year 2001
- Pages 336
- Edition 1st
- Publisher For Dummies
- Dimensions7.4 in. x 0.9 in. x 9.2 in.