By Arnold Robbins
During this fast reference, you'll locate every thing you must find out about the bash shell. even if you print it out or learn it at the display, this ebook provides the solutions to the aggravating questions that usually arise whilst you're writing shell scripts: What characters do you want to cite? How do you get variable substitution to just do what you will want? How do you utilize arrays? It's additionally important for
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C Suppress the terminating newline (same as -n). \e ASCII Escape character. \f Formfeed. \n Newline. \r Carriage return. \t Tab character. \v Vertical-tab character. \\ Backslash. \0nnn ASCII character represented by octal number nnn, where nnn is zero, one, two, or three digits and is preceded by a 0. \nnn ASCII character represented by octal number nnn, where nnn is one, two, or three digits. \xHH ASCII character represented by hexadecimal number HH, where HH is one or two hexadecimal digits.
For more information, see the entry for complete. complete [options] command ... complete Speciﬁes the way to complete arguments for each command. This is discussed in the section “Programmable Completion,” earlier in the reference. Options -a Same as -A alias. -A type Use type to specify a list of possible completions. The type may be one of the following: alias arrayvar binding builtin command directory disabled enabled export Alias names. Array variable names. Bindings from the readline library.
Nnn ASCII character represented by octal number nnn, where nnn is one, two, or three digits. \xHH ASCII character represented by hexadecimal number HH, where HH is one or two hexadecimal digits. -E Do not interpret escape sequences, even on systems where the default behavior of the built-in echo is to interpret them. -n Do not print the terminating newline. ] Enable or disable shell built-in commands. Disabling a built-in lets you use an external version of a command that would otherwise use a built-in version, such as echo or test.
Bash Quick Reference by Arnold Robbins