Market_Desc: · Computer science professionals, serious shell scripters and UNIX gurus who need to understand how the different shell environments work and how to automate specific tasks that are repetitive or reoccurring· Students
Special Features: · Scripting books as a whole have very respectable Bookscan weekly sell through, averaging 50 copies per week for the top 5· 2e includes 50% modified material and 15% new material. Linux is greatly expanded in this new edition as the BASH shell is covered with complete end-to-end shell scripting examples· Covers top four flavors of UNIX: AIX, HP-UX, Linux and Solaris· Designed to teach people how to solve real-world problems, not just a shell scripting book· Revision includes a solution in KORN shell and BASH shell for most of the shell scripts and two new chapters to meet the needs of applications programmers for working w/record files in preparation for government audits: Working with Record Files and Those Pesky Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Audits· A test bank and end of chapter questions provide value-add for college courses
About The Book: The book is broken down into three sections to better cover material by user group. Part one begins with the basics of shell scripting. Part two is targeted at System Analysts, Program Testers and Programmer Analysts. Two new chapters have been added Working with Record Files and Those Pesky Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Audits . Application programmers have specific needs for working with record files and need scripts to meet the needs of auditors. Part three is specifically targeted at Systems Administrators and the UNIX guru.