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1 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming Mark G. Sobell

2 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 8-1 Using chmod to make a shell script executable

3 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 8-2 The directory structure in the examples

4 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 8-3 Creating a directory stack

5 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 8-4 Using pushd to change working directories

6 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 8-5 Using popd to remove a directory from the stack

7 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 10-1 A simple C program: tabs.c (The line numbers are not part of the source code.)

8 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 10-2 The compilation process

9 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 10-3 Dependency graph for the target form

10 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 10-4 The badtabs.c program (The line numbers are not part of the source code; the arrows point to errors in the program.)

11 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 10-5 The TkCVS utility

12 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-1 An if...then flowchart

13 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-2 An if...then...else flowchart

14 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-3 An if...then...elif flowchart

15 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-4 A for...in flowchart

16 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-5 A while flowchart

17 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-6 An until flowchart

18 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure 11-7 A case flowchart

19 A Practical Guide to Linux ® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming © 2005 Mark G. Sobell Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN Figure V-1 Fields and sort fields


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