Scripts in Linux operating system

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Hi, I need a help, How to write scripts in Linux operating system? Is there any specific software to write scripts. Please send the download link to download that software. And send some helping tutorial explanations for how to use that software and Special features.

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Scripts in Linux operating system


Hi Shaun,

In writing scripts in Linux operating system you will need to use text editors. Text editors may be in CLI environment or in GUI environment. Commonly used text editors are vi, vim, emacs etc., these are in  CLI, of the three mentioned vim is user intuitive as it highlights syntax, which uses color codes for the different control and command statements.

GUI editors include gedit which is an editor included in Gnome and kwrite editor supplied in KDE. It has also syntax highlighting, a feature helpful for programmers and script writers.

A sample How to Create a First Shell Script , and another one.

Download link for vim.

Hope this helps you.


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