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Microsoft – DOS Tips

By | March 5th, 2013|Operating Systems, Windows|

Showing Long and Short Filenames There are two additional switches that can be used when doing a DIR /B - Shows only the long filename, no details /Z - Shows the short filename, with details /B /Z - Shows only short filename, with no details DOS Command History If you use DOSKEY in either your [...]

How to "send" variable to sub-shell ?

By | February 28th, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

Another Way to Pass Variables to a Subshell If you want to send the value of a variable to a subshell, there's another way to do it besides setting the variable and then exporting it. On the command line, you can precede the name of the command with the assignment of as many variables as [...]

How to use exec command in Unix Shell Script

By | February 27th, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

exec After you started up the new shell from db, you weren't interested in doing anything further after the shell finished, as evidenced by the fact that no commands followed /usr/bin/sh in the program. Instead of having db wait around for the new shell to finish, you can use the exec command to replace the [...]

How to use Eval command in Unix Shell Script

By | February 25th, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

eval This section describes another of the more unusual commands in the shell: eval. Its format is as follows: [crayon-594d960f83af4967462159/] [crayon-594d960f83afd750558804/] [crayon-594d960f83b02803480526/] [crayon-594d960f83b06839854843/] [crayon-594d960f83b0a120013142/] [crayon-594d960f83b0e636599979/] [crayon-594d960f83b12247139370/] [crayon-594d960f83b16322003242/] [crayon-594d960f83b1a356562471/] [crayon-594d960f83b1e455263158/] [crayon-594d960f83b22319954949/] [crayon-594d960f83b26328540590/] [crayon-594d960f83b2a925125352/] [crayon-594d960f83b2e408094570/] [crayon-594d960f83b32527966757/] [crayon-594d960f83b36718526515/] [crayon-594d960f83b3a320937467/] [crayon-594d960f83b3d086228063/] [crayon-594d960f83b41946277912/] [crayon-594d960f83b45009322468/] [crayon-594d960f83b49276702945/] [crayon-594d960f83b4d380742585/] [crayon-594d960f83b51997035342/] [crayon-594d960f83b55822323492/] [crayon-594d960f83b59056396471/] [crayon-594d960f83b5c769791491/] Those errors come from ls. The shell takes care of [...]

How to use Export command in Unix Shell Script

By | February 25th, 2013|Operating Systems, Unix Scripting|

Export There is a way to make the value of a variable known to a subshell, and that's by exporting it with the export command. The format of this command is simply [crayon-594d960f85497086432464/] [crayon-594d960f854a4798388613/] [crayon-594d960f854a8929623430/] Where variables are the list of variable names that you want exported. For any subshells that get executed from that [...]

What is Shell and Subshell in Unix Scripting

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

Shells and Sub-Shells It's important for you to understand the way subshells work and how they interact with your environment. You know now that a subshell can't change the value of a variable in a parent shell, nor can it change its current directory. Suppose that you want to write a program to set values [...]