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e command, vi
E command, vi
e command, vi
E command, vi
echo command 2nd 3rd 4th
     -e option 2nd 3rd
     -E option
     -n option 2nd 3rd
     Bourne shell support
     escape sequences for
     Korn not supporting
ed text editor
editing [See command-line editing]
editing modes [See emacs editing mode vi editing mode]
editing-mode variable, readline
EDITOR environment variable 2nd 3rd 4th
electronic mail example
elements of arrays
elif clause, if statement
else clause, if statement
emacs editing mode
     commands conflicting with terminal interface control keys
     commands for, list of
     history commands
     line commands
     list of most-used commands
     point in
     selecting 2nd
     textual completion
     when to use
     word commands
emacs shell option
enable command 2nd 3rd 4th
     -a option
     -d option 2nd
     -f option 2nd
     -n option 2nd
     -p option
     -s option
     Bourne shell not supporting
     Korn not supporting
enable-keypad variable, readline
ENV environment variable 2nd 3rd
environment
     customizing 2nd
     files containing settings for
     shell variables
     subprocesses awareness of
environment file 2nd 3rd
environment variables 2nd
     ! (exclamation point)
     # (hash mark) 2nd
     $ (dollar sign)
     * (asterisk) 2nd 3rd
     - (hyphen)
     0 (zero)
     ? (question mark) 2nd 3rd
     @ (at sign) 2nd 3rd
     auto_resume
     BASH 2nd 3rd
     BASH_ARGC 2nd
     BASH_ARGV 2nd
     BASH_COMMAND
     BASH_ENV 2nd 3rd
     BASH_EXECUTION_STRING
     BASH_LINENO 2nd
     BASH_REMATCH
     BASH_SOURCE 2nd
     BASH_SUBSHELL
     BASH_VERSINFO 2nd
     BASH_VERSION 2nd 3rd
     Bourne shell not supporting, list of
     built-in, list of
     CDPATH 2nd
     COLUMNS 2nd
     COMP_CWORD
     COMP_LINE
     COMP_POINT
     COMP_WORDBREAKS
     COMP_WORDS
     COMPREPLY
     declaring shell variables as 2nd
     defining for subprocess only
     determining whether shell variable is
     DIR_STACK 2nd 3rd 4th
     EDITOR 2nd 3rd 4th
     ENV 2nd 3rd
     EUID
     exported
     FCEDIT 2nd 3rd
     FIGNORE
     FUNCNAME
     GLOBIGNORE
     GROUPS
     histchars
     HISTCMD 2nd 3rd
     HISTCONTROL 2nd 3rd
     HISTFILE 2nd 3rd
     HISTFILESIZE 2nd 3rd
     HISTIGNORE 2nd 3rd
     HISTSIZE 2nd 3rd
     HISTTIMEFORMAT 2nd 3rd
     HOME 2nd 3rd
     HOSTFILE
     HOSTNAME
     HOSTTYPE
     IFS 2nd 3rd 4th
     IGNOREEOF
     in .bash_profile file
     in subshells
     INPUTRC 2nd
     LANG
     LC_ALL
     LC_COLLATE
     LC_CTYPE
     LC_MESSAGES
     LC_NUMERIC
     LINENO 2nd 3rd
     LINES 2nd
     MACHTYPE
     MAIL 2nd 3rd
     MAILCHECK 2nd
     MAILPATH 2nd
     OLDPWD 2nd
     OPTARG 2nd
     OPTERR
     OPTIND 2nd
     OSTYPE
     PATH 2nd 3rd 4th
     PIPESTATUS
     POSIXLY_CORRECT
     PPID
     PROMPT_COMMAND
     PS1 2nd 3rd 4th
     PS2 2nd 3rd
     PS3 2nd 3rd
     PS4 2nd 3rd 4th
     PWD 2nd 3rd
     RANDOM 2nd
     REPLY 2nd 3rd
     scripts relying on
     SECOND
     SECONDS
     SHELL 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     SHELLOPTS
     SHLVL
     substitution, emacs editing mode
     TERM 2nd 3rd 4th
     TIMEFORMAT
     TMOUT 2nd 3rd
     UID
     VISUAL
equal sign (=)
     == (equal to operator)
     string comparison operator
     textual completion, vi
ERR signal 2nd
error, standard 2nd 3rd
ESC command, vi
ESC-! command, emacs
ESC-$ command, emacs
ESC-. command, emacs 2nd
ESC-/ command, emacs
ESC-< command, emacs
ESC-? command, emacs
ESC-@ command, emacs
ESC-\\> command, emacs
ESC-_ command, emacs 2nd
ESC-B command, emacs
ESC-C command, emacs
ESC-CTRL-H command, emacs
ESC-D command, emacs
ESC-DEL command, emacs
ESC-F command, emacs
ESC-L command, emacs 2nd
ESC-TAB command, emacs
ESC-U command, emacs
ESC-~ command, emacs
EUID environment variable
eval command 2nd
event designators
examples [See album example] [See printer file filter example] [See mail example] [See ls by dates example] [See ls example] [See directory listing example] [See Korn cd example] [See pushd directory stack example] [See copy file example] [See graphics utility example] [See disk space usage example] [See pushd function example] [See popd function example] [See selection sort example] [See mail header lines, deleting, example] [See standard error and output file example] [See make utility example] [See killalljobs example] [See electronic mail example] [See multiple copies example]
     in bash archive 2nd
examples directory, bash archive
exclamation point (!)
     != (not equal to operator)
     != (string comparison operator)
     conditional not operator
     debugger command
     environment variable
     event designators
     extended pattern-matching operator
     logical not operator
     negation operator
     negation wildcard
     process ID shell variable
exec command 2nd 3rd
exec statement
execfail shell variable
executable files
execute permission, for scripts
execution tracing
exit command 2nd 3rd 4th
EXIT signal 2nd 3rd
exit statement
exit status of commands
     combining
     reversing
expand-tilde variable, readline
export command 2nd 3rd
extglob shell option

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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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