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Functions

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How to use Functions in Unix Shell Script

By | February 23rd, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

Functions The POSIX standard shell supports the concept of functions; note that older shells may not support this feature. To define a function, you use the general format: [crayon-592b7ed72069f245172584/] [crayon-592b7ed7206c0040902171/] [crayon-592b7ed7206c6637437725/] where name is the name of the function, the parentheses denote to the shell that a function is being defined, and the commands enclosed [...]

Functions in Unix Shell Script with Parameters

By | February 20th, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

Functions Bash and the Korn shell both have function features not available in the POSIX standard shell. Local Variables Bash and Korn shell functions can have local variables, making recursive functions possible. They are defined with the typeset command, as in  typeset i j  If a variable of the same name as a local function [...]