Unfolding Linux Shell and Shell Scripting in File and Process Management: Enhancing Computer Programming

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 1-3
By

Bhupinder Singh

  1. Professor School of Law, Sharda University, Greater Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar Uttar Pradesh India

Abstract

Shell scripting is the process of automating repetitive chores or executing intricate command sequences by creating a series of instructions in a file called a script. Shell scripts take advantage of the shell’s features to let users create repeatable and efficient solutions for everyday problems. A shell script is a textual file containing a series of commands intended for a UNIX-based operating system. Because it combines several commands that would normally need to be manually input one at a time into a single script, it is known as a shell script. The shell serves as the command-line interface (CLI) of the system, interpreting the commands required to interact with the operating system. To save time and effort, shell scripts are usually written for command sequences that a user needs to execute frequently. A shell script, like other programs, can use arguments, comments, and subcommands to direct the shell while it runs the script. With simply putting the script’s filename on the command line, users may initiate a shell script’s series of commands. This study expresses the diverse arena of Linux Shell and Shell Scripting in File and Process Management: Enhancing Computer Programming.

Keywords: Linux, computer programming, shell, interface, software

[This article belongs to Journal of Advances in Shell Programming(joasp)]

How to cite this article: Bhupinder Singh. Unfolding Linux Shell and Shell Scripting in File and Process Management: Enhancing Computer Programming. Journal of Advances in Shell Programming. 2024; 11(01):1-3.
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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received April 24, 2024
Accepted April 29, 2024
Published May 16, 2024