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Using Command Prompt Instructions Effectively

When you run a shell script, you have two primary options:

./script.sh: This command runs the script in a new shell. Any variables set or changed in the script do not affect the parent shell.
source script.sh: This command runs the script in the current shell (no new shell is created). Any variables set or changed in the script affect the parent shell.

AI DevOps Programming

Using Command Prompt Instructions Effectively

In this guide, we explore the differences between running shell scripts with source script.sh and ./script.sh, understanding variable scopes, and utilizing special variables like $@, $*, $0, and $#. Additionally, we cover the nuances of exit statuses, file testing with various options, and arithmetic tests. Finally, we compare methods for variable testing and command substitution. Understanding these concepts will enhance your command line efficiency and scripting capabilities.