Daily Deal: The Shell Developer Master Class Bundle

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Shell is an interface that acts between a user and an operating system which understands human-readable code and converts it into a form which the kernel understands. The shell script is then used in a variety of tasks to automate daily schedules. This Shell Scripting Training Bundle includes 4 comprehensive Shell Scripting Courses with 16+ hours of video tutorials and lifetime access. You'll learn shell scripting, Linux bash scripting, how to write shell programs and use them to save time with automated scripts. It's on sale for $20.

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    Tanner Andrews (profile), 9 Oct 2019 @ 6:25am

    That's about as bad an explanation of shell scripting as any I have seen. Generally speaking, a shell does not "convert" "code", rather, it interprets commands.

    (And what is with this "markdown" stuff munging real quotes? Experts have now developed a new mark-up language called HTML, you may want to look into that.)

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