Some of the pitfalls when using loops in Bash
Hosted by Dave Morriss on 2018-12-06 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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This is an open series in which Hacker Public Radio Listeners can share their Bash scripting knowledge and experience with the community. General programming topics and Bash commands are explored along with some tutorials for the complete novice.
Bash Tips - 15 (More auxiliary Bash tips)
Pitfalls for the unwary Bash loop user
This is the fifteenth episode covering useful tips for Bash users. In the last episode we looked at the
'for' loop, and prior to that we looked at
'until' loops. In this one I want to look at some of the loop-related issues that can trip up the unwary user.
Loops in Bash are extremely useful, and they are not at all difficult to use in their basic forms. However, there are some perhaps less than obvious issues that can result in unexpected behaviour.
I have provided detailed notes as usual for this episode, and these can be viewed here.
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