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In linux, for simple math operations (addition, multiplications, etc) you can use the expr command, but for complex math operations, like base conversion, finding cosine, etc, you use the **[...]** command.

Answer

bc

^^ note bc stands for basic calculator

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In linux, for simple math operations (addition, multiplications, etc) you can use the expr command, but for complex math operations, like base conversion, finding cosine, etc, you use the **[...]** command.

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Question

In linux, for simple math operations (addition, multiplications, etc) you can use the expr command, but for complex math operations, like base conversion, finding cosine, etc, you use the **[...]** command.

Answer

bc

^^ note bc stands for basic calculator

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**20. Advanced Shell Scripting**

UID values greater than 499 on RedHat and greater than 999 on Debian): awk -F: '$3 >= 500 {print $1}' /etc/passwd ( awk -F: '$3 >= 1000 {print $1}' /etc/passwd ) 20.7.8 Calculations with <span>bc Scripts can easily use bc to do calculations that expr can't handle. For example, convert to decimal with echo -e 'ibase=16;FFFF' | bc to binary with echo -e 'obase=2;12345' | bc or wor

UID values greater than 499 on RedHat and greater than 999 on Debian): awk -F: '$3 >= 500 {print $1}' /etc/passwd ( awk -F: '$3 >= 1000 {print $1}' /etc/passwd ) 20.7.8 Calculations with <span>bc Scripts can easily use bc to do calculations that expr can't handle. For example, convert to decimal with echo -e 'ibase=16;FFFF' | bc to binary with echo -e 'obase=2;12345' | bc or wor

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