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[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Y] [Z]

C command, vi
C shell [See csh]
caret (^)
     bitwise exclusive or operator
     event designator
     pipe character 2nd
     representing CTRL key
     vi command
     word designator
case sensitivity
case statement
cat command 2nd
cb command, debugger 2nd
cc command, vi
cd command 2nd 3rd
     - option 2nd
     Bourne shell support
     CDPATH variable and
     in restricted shell
     variables in
cdable_vars shell option 2nd
CDPATH environment variable 2nd
character-based user interfaces
checkhash shell option
chmod command
chsh command 2nd
circumflex [See caret]
cmdhist shell option
cmp command
code examples [See examples]
colon (:)
     :+ (string operator) 2nd
     :- (string operator)
     := (string operator) 2nd
     :? (string operator) 2nd
     command
     string operator
COLUMNS environment variable 2nd
comma (,)
     sequential evaluation operator
     vi command
command aliases
command blocks 2nd
command command 2nd 3rd 4th
     - option
     -p option
     -v option
     -V option
     Bourne shell not supporting
command history 2nd
     appending to
     displaying
     emacs editing mode
     expansion commands
     fc command 2nd
     multiple-line commands in
     size of
     time stamp for
     vi editing mode
command line processing
     builtin command affecting
     command command affecting
     enable command affecting
     quoting affecting
     repeating
command substitution 2nd
command-line editing
     command history with fc command
     emacs editing mode
     history expansion
     readline editing interface
     selecting editing mode
     shell variables for
     vi editing mode
     which editing mode to use
command-line options
     for bash, list of
     for bash, setting
     guidelines for
     handling with positional parameters
     with arguments
commands
     . (dot)
     : (colon)
     alias command 2nd
     arguments for
     arguments for, in for statement list 2nd
     arguments for, positional parameters for
     awk command
     bash command
     bg command 2nd 3rd
     biff command
     bind command 2nd
     break command
     built-in, list of
     builtin command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
     cat command 2nd
     cd command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
     chmod command
     chsh command 2nd
     cmp command
     command command 2nd 3rd 4th
     compgen command 2nd
     complete command 2nd
     continue command
     continuing beyond a single line 2nd
     countargs command
     cut command 2nd
     date command
     dc command
     declare command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     determining source of
     diff command 2nd
     dirs command 2nd 3rd 4th
     disown command 2nd
     du command 2nd
     echo command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
    editing on command line [See command-line editing]
     enable command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
     eval command 2nd
     exec command 2nd 3rd
     exit command 2nd 3rd
     exit status of
     export command 2nd 3rd
     fc command 2nd 3rd 4th
     fg command 2nd 3rd
     file command
     find command
     for bashdb debugger
     getopts command 2nd
     grep command 2nd
     hash command 2nd
     hashing
     help command 2nd 3rd 4th
     history command 2nd
     in hash table
     jobs command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     kill command 2nd 3rd 4th
     let command 2nd
     local command 2nd 3rd
     logout command 2nd
     ls command 2nd 3rd
     make command
     more command 2nd
     multiple, I/O redirection and
     nice command
     nohup command
     number of, determining
     order of precedence for
     popd command 2nd 3rd 4th
     precedence of, overriding
     precedence of, POSIX
     printf command
     ps command
     pushd command 2nd 3rd 4th
     pwd command 2nd
     rbash command
     read command 2nd
     readonly command 2nd
    renaming [See aliases]
     return command
     running in background
     sed command
     2nd [See set command]
     shell variables in
     shift command 2nd
     shopt command 2nd 3rd
     sort command 2nd 3rd
     source command 2nd
     stty command 2nd
     suspend command
     tee command
     test command 2nd
     time command
     times command
     tr command
     trap command 2nd 3rd
     true command
     type command 2nd 3rd
     typeset command 2nd
     ulimit command 2nd 3rd
     umask command 2nd 3rd
     unalias command 2nd
     unset command 2nd 3rd 4th
     wait command 2nd
     who command
comment-begin variable, readline
comments
     guidelines for
     in input files, handling
     prepending, vi
COMP_CWORD environment variable
COMP_LINE environment variable
COMP_POINT environment variable
COMP_WORDBREAKS environment variable
COMP_WORDS environment variable
compgen command 2nd
COMPGEN variable
complete command 2nd
completion, textual
     emacs editing mode
     programmable 2nd
     vi editing mode
completion-query-items variable, readline
COMPREPLY environment variable
concurrency control
conditional construct
     case statement
     select statement
conditionals, readline editing interface
conditions
     arithmetic operators for
     exit status determining
     file attribute checking
     integer comparisons
     logical operators for
     string comparisons
     testing
configure script
     --disable option
     --enable option
constants, naming
contact information
continuation character (\\\\) 2nd
continue command
continuing lines
control keys
     conflicting with editing mode commands
     emacs commands 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     vi commands 2nd
control mode, vi editing mode 2nd
control-key signals
conventions used in this book
convert-meta variable, readline
copy file example
COPYING file, bash archive
Copyleft for bash
copylefted software
coroutines 2nd
countargs command
CPU-intensive processes
csh (C shell) 2nd
     fc command
     features from, included in bash
CTRL keys [See control keys]
CTRL-? command 2nd
CTRL-[ command, emacs
CTRL-\\\\ command 2nd 3rd
CTRL-A command, emacs
CTRL-B command, emacs
CTRL-C command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
CTRL-D command 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
CTRL-D command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-E command, emacs
CTRL-F command, emacs
CTRL-H command 2nd
CTRL-J command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-K command, emacs
CTRL-L command, emacs
CTRL-L command, vi
CTRL-M command
CTRL-M command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-N command, emacs
CTRL-O command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-P command, emacs
CTRL-Q command 2nd 3rd
CTRL-R command, emacs
CTRL-S command 2nd
CTRL-T command, emacs
CTRL-U command
CTRL-U command, emacs
CTRL-V command, emacs 2nd 3rd
CTRL-V command, vi
CTRL-W command, emacs
CTRL-W command, vi
CTRL-X ! command, emacs
CTRL-X $ command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-X / command, emacs
CTRL-X @ command, emacs
CTRL-Y command
CTRL-Y command, emacs 2nd
CTRL-Z command 2nd 3rd 4th
current directory [See working directory]
cut command 2nd 3rd
cygwin environment (Cygnus Consulting)

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Learning the bash Shell
Learning the bash Shell: Unix Shell Programming (In a Nutshell (OReilly))
ISBN: 0596009658
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 139

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