[GRLUG] StLUG 21 May 2020 - Bash Interpolation
Grand Rapids Linux Users Group
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Wed May 20 21:23:42 EDT 2020
In case anyone is interested in Bash nuts and bolts, .. or total BashHead,
Steve Lembark, and will be doing a session tomorrow evening (Zoom provided
by our sponsor, Dell):
TOPIC BASH Interpolation by Steven Lembark
Interpolation is what makes BASH useful. Plumbing is nice, prompts are
cute, but the ability to iterate values, walk down lists, munge basenames
that really makes BASH worth using.
The real fun starts when we start interpolating command output: hacking
results of find or grep to generate paths, process commandlines, or count
processors to set thread counts.
This talk looks at a few commands ripe for munging and how to make more
general, re-usable shell code from them.
This is somewhat of a compliment to his well-received talk at the November
SLUUG General meeting.
The STLLUG meetings are usually on the third Thursday of each month from
6:30PM to 9:00PM.
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On 5/20/2020 1:44 AM, Don Ellis wrote:
Gary pointed out to me that I didn't click "reply all". Sorry!
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