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Book Review: From Bash To Z Shell

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From Bash to Z Shell: Conquering the Command Line lists for about $35.
n case you're not overly well-versed in shell handling, the first part of the book does a pretty good job covering all of the things a typical user might want to do. Basic command editing, I/O redirection, jobs, processes, and some simple scripting are all covered. For many users, this is also as far as they would like to go. However, reading a little further yields treasure.
 read more | score:6633 | -Ray, April 15, 2005
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