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In linux, in bash scripts, when using case statement, for each condition clause, the condition is enclosed in [...] , where the left one is optional.
round brackets
i.e. ")", since left one is optional and usually ommitted.

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In linux, in bash scripts, when using case statement, for each condition clause, the condition is enclosed in [...] , where the left one is optional.
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In linux, in bash scripts, when using case statement, for each condition clause, the condition is enclosed in [...] , where the left one is optional.
round brackets
i.e. ")", since left one is optional and usually ommitted.
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7. Shell Scripting
sh for i in /usr/doc/*/*.txt ; do echo "found a file:" $i done This example demonstrates the shell's ability to search for matching files and expand an absolute path. 7.6 The case Statement The <span>case statement can make a potentially complicated program very short. It is best explained with an example. 5 10 15 20 #!/bin/sh case$1 in --test|-t) echo "you used the --test option" exit 0 ;; --hel

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