BASH (Bourne Again Shell) is one of the more common scripting shells used on Unix/Linux. You can also use it on Windows, where the Unix environment is simulated by Cygwin. It a powerful language, with somewhat ugly ad-hoc syntax, but a least a little cleaner than BAT (Batch) command language used on Windows. It makes great use of small tranforming utilities that take input on stdin and transform and emit it on stdout. You get work done by piping such utilities together.
|recommend book⇒Bash Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Bash Users|
|by||Carl Albing, JP Vossen, Cameron Newham||978-0-596-52678-8||paperback|
|Has examples. Aims to have something for every level of user.|
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