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  • Unit 12: ShellScripting
  • ObjectivesAfter completing this unit, you should be able to:• Invoke shell scripts in three separate ways and explainthe difference• Pass positional parameters to shell scripts and use themwithin scripts• Implement interactive shell scripts• Use conditional execution and loops• Perform simple arithmetic
  • What is a Shell Script?•A shell script is a collection of commands stored in a textfile$ pwd$ date$ LS -L$ cat scriptlpwddatels -l $
  • Invoking Shell Scripts (1)_•The script does not have to be marked executable butmust be readable.bash invokes a script in a child shell$ cat scriptldate$ bash scriptlStart of subshell-bashRunning a command from script1bashdate
  • Invoking Shell Scripts (2)• Use the chmod command to make the script executable.•Then run the script as if it were a command •The script isrun in a child shell$ chmod 755 ./scriptl$ ./scriptlStart of subshell-bashRunning a command from script1bashdate
  • Invoking Shell Scripts (3)• Use the . (dot) or source command to execute the scriptin your current shell environment• Scripts executed with the dot command can change yourcurrent environment$ . scriptl $ source scriptlthe date command is invoked byyour current shell-bashdate
  • Invoking Shell Scripts In Another Shell•To make sure the shell script always runs in the shellwhere it was intended for (sh, bash, csh), use thefollowing on the first line of your script: #!/BIN/BASH•The script now always runs in bash - even if the usersdefault shell is something else•With this, the . (dot) or source invocation is no longerpossible
  • Typical Shell Script Contents• Handling of shell script arguments• Complex Redirection• Conditional Execution• Repeated Execution• User Interfacing •Arithmetic
  • Shell Script Arguments• Parameters can be passed to shell scripts as argumentson the command line•These arguments are stored in special shell variables$1, $2, $3 ... refer to each of the arguments $@ is "$1" "$2" "$3"$* is "$1 $2 $3"$# is the number of parameters$ cat ascript #!/bin/bashecho First parameter: $1 echoSecond parameter: $2 echoNumber of parameters: $# $ascript two one Firstparameter: two Secondparameter: one Number ofparameters: 2
  • Complex Redirection•To redirect fixed text into a command use << END$ cat << END > citiesAmsterdamRotterdamEND•To avoid large argument lists use xargs$ rm *. txt-bash: /BIN/RM: ARGUMENT list too long$ find . -name "*.txt" | xargs rm$• Avoids large argument lists by running thecommand multiple times, if necessary
  • Conditional Execution•The return code from a command or group of commandscan be used to determine whether to start the nextcommanddo
  • The test Command (1)•The test command allows you to test for a givencondition• Syntax:test expression ...or: [ expression ]$ test -f myfile.txt $ echo $? 0Expressions to test file status:-f <file> file is an ordinary file-d <file> file is a directory-r <file> file is readable-w <file> file is writable-x <file> file is executable-s <file> file has non-zero length
  • The test Command (2)• String tests: -n <string>-z <string><string> ==<string> <string>!= <string>•Arithmetic tests: <value> -eq <value> <value>-ne <value><value> -It<value> <value> -le <value> <value>-gt <value><value> -ge<value>
  • string is not empty-string is empty-strings are equalstrings are notequalequalsnotequallessthanless than or equalgreater than greaterthan or equal
  • The && and || commands&& and II (2 vertical bars) can be used to conditionallyexecute a single command:command1 && command2 if (command1successful) then do (command2)command1 || command2 if (command1 notsuccessful) then do (command2)$ [ -f testfile ] && rm testfile $ [ -f lockfile ]|| touch lockfile $ [ "$TERM" = "xterm" ] && echoThis is no tty $ cat doesnotexist 2>/dev/null ||echo > "Oh boy, this file does not exist."
  • The whileCommand•The structure of the basic if statement is:if statement is true thencarry out this set of actionselsecarry out this set of actionsfi$ cat myscriptif [ "$MY_VALUE " -EQ 10 ]thenecho MY_VALUE contains the value 10elseecho MY_VALUE is not 10fi$
  • Command Repetition•A "loop" is a set of commands that is executed over andover• UNTIL OR WHILE A CERTAIN CONDITION IS TRUE• OR FOR EACH ITEM FROM A LISTcommand 1command 2command 3if <condition> istrue, repeat this set ofcommandsif <condition> is false,leave this set ofcommands
  • The while Command•The syntax of the while command:while expression is true docommand(s)done$ cat myloopwhile truedoecho "It is now $(date)"echo "There are ps aux | wc processes"sleep 600done$Note that the expression "true" is always true!
  • The whileCommand•The structure the for loop is:for identifier in listdocommand(s) to be executed on $identifierdone$ cat my_forloopfor file in /tmp/mine_*docp $file /other_dir/$filedone $
  • Shifting Shell Script Arguments• If you expect a large number of shell arguments (forexample, filenames), use the shift command in a whileloop to handle them alllist of arguments: arg1 arg2 arg3 arg4 arg5 (count)Variables: $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $#=5after first loop: del. $1 $2 $3 $4 $#=4after second loop: del. del. $1 $2 $3 $#=3$ cat make_backupwhile [ $# -gt 0 ]docp $1 $1.bakshiftdone $
  • User Interaction: The read Command•The read command reads one line from stdin andassigns the values read to a variable$ CAT DELFILE #!/BIN/BASH #USAGE DELFILEecho Please enter the file name:read nameif [ -f $name ]thenrm $nameelseecho $name is not an ordinary file -echoso it is not removedfi
  • Arithmetic•The bash shell can perform simple arithmetic on integersusing the builtin let command or the $(( expr)) notation• Operators: *, /, +, -, %$ let x=2+3 $ echo $x 5$ echo $(( 2+3 )) 5$ let x=3*(3+5) $ echo $x24$ let x=3*3+5 echo $x 14$ x=$(( 3 * ( 3 + 5 ) ))
  • The while Command• IF YOUR SHELL DOES NOT SUPPORT $(()) or let, then usethe expr command for integer arithmetic• NOT A SHELL BUILTIN, SO ABOUT 10 TIMES SLOWER• Same operators as let$ echo expr 3 + 5 8• Beware of the shell metacharacters *, ( and )!$ expr 3 * ( 3 + 5 )bash: syntax error nearunexpected token ( $ expr 3 * (3 + 5 ) 24
  • Command Search Order
  • Checkpoint (1)1. What will the following piece of code do?TERMTYPE=$TERMif [ -n "$TERMTYPE" ]thenif [ -f /home/team01/custom_script ] then/HOME/TEAM01/CUSTOM_SCRIPT ELSEecho No custom script available!fielseecho You dont have a TERM variable set!fi
  • Checkpoint (2)2. Write a script that will multiply any two numberstogether.
  • Unit Summary• Positional Parameters are used to pass to scripts thevalues of variable•To test for a particular condition the test command canbe used. This feature is frequently coupled with the ifstatement to control the flow of a program and allow forconditional execution within scripts•The read command can be used to implement interactivescripts•The while and for commands are used to create loops in ascript