ENEE150 lecture - Scripts

ENEE150 lecture - Scripts - b.iii This can allow you to...

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I. Scripts a. A script is a full-fledged piece of code, but instead of C, it uses Shell. b. Scripts are not compiled. They are interpreted. b.i. First line is always comment and always has to say what shell you’re running. Ex. #!/bin/csh b.ii. Any unix script you can put on a command line, you can put in a script.
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Unformatted text preview: b.iii. This can allow you to automate the test vector process. b.iv. Echo will printf a line. b.v. Foreach i (1 2 3 4). This will iterate 4 times and i takes on the value 1, 2, 3 ,4. b.vi. $i prints numerical value for i....
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