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Finally, the ["Bash"] commands. /bin/sh is its interpreter.


Finally, see the ["Bash"] commands.

== External links ==
* [http://steve-parker.org/sh/sh.shtml Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial].
* [http://www.zazzybob.com/bin.html Shell Script Repository].

["Shell"]>["Bash"]


ShellScript is a ["Script"] written for the ["Shell"] (["Bash"]). They are similar to *.bat files in Windows.

The ["MIME"] type is application/x-shellscript

They are text files which first line says the shell to use (bash). So the first line is

#!/bin/bash

After this, you can include comments using # in the beginning of the line. For example:

#This is a comment.

/bin/sh is its interpreter.

Finally, see the ["Bash"] commands.

* [http://steve-parker.org/sh/sh.shtml Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial]. * [http://www.zazzybob.com/bin.html Shell Script Repository].