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NT Command Scripting Tools

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Published by Osborne Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Microsoft Windows,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Operating Systems,
  • Computer Books: Operating Systems,
  • Operating Systems - NT,
  • Operating Systems - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages600
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9975571M
ISBN 100079137938
ISBN 109780079137937
OCLC/WorldCa42834350

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  TCL Command-line arguments. Items of data passed to a script from the command line are known as arguments. The number of command line arguments to a Tcl script is passed as the global variable argc. The name of a Tcl script is passed to the script as the global variable argv0, and the rest of the command line arguments are passed as a list in argv. Download CIsco Script TOol for free. cisto (CIsco Script TOol) tool for managing cisco devices (IOS,CatOS). Allows to get configs, do configuration, install new images, change passwords, do single or list of show commands and lots more for a given list of devices (running parallel proz.).Operating System: BSD, Linux.   Unix Concepts And Applications. Das, Sumitabha. 2 stars: 0: 1 star: 0: User Review - Flag as inappropriate. It is the best book for learners. Its examples are all very helpful and correct according to syntax, what we have to do is only try them as it is in Unix OS. arguments array Bash beginning blocks chapter character child command /5(32).   Shell Scripting is a Computer Program which can run on UNIX/Linux Shell. Learning Scripting. The Shell Scripting (bash scripting) Language is easy and fun. If you know any other Programming Language you would probably understand most of the Shell Scripts and may start writing your’s own very soon.

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