[TriLUG] Book recommendations
Tue, 23 Jul 2002 21:11:14 -0400
On Tuesday 23 July 2002 14:01, John F Davis reputedly wrote:
> Learning the Bash Shell - oreilly nutshell book
> sed and awk - oreilly nutshell book
> Learning Perl - oreilly nutshell book
> These books will cover 95% of your needs. If you want to get esoteric, try
> learning TCL and/or Python.
> If it was me and I was doing it all over again:
> Bash, TCL and then Perl.
> I only mention TCL first because its so easy to learn.
> Janyne Kizer <email@example.com>@trilug.org on 07/23/2002 01:57:28 PM
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> Subject: [TriLUG] Book recommendations
> I am interested in learning a lot more about shell scripts. I can get
> by now but I would like to improve my scripting ability a lot. I was
> wondering if anyone on this list could point me to some books or online
> documentation or online classes along this line. Thanks a lot!
> P.S. 17 servers installed -- New Hanover tomorrow. So far so good...