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Bash: Use the Test Command for multiple aspects


The Bash shell has a builtin test command that can be used to check for multiple aspects in a script. This exercise helps you build a script that checks to see if a file exists and if it does, checks to see if it is writable.
 read more | score:7547 | -aweber, December 4, 2011
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