1) Describe the result of executing each of the following grep commands.
a. grep -c ill memo
b. grep -n ill memo
2) Rewrite the following sequence of commands using sort as a filter. The end result should be a single command line when you are done.
sort roster > temp
3) Write a command to list all files in current directory, that:
a. Start with the letters b or f.
b. Start with the letters a through k.
c. Have a capital letter anywhere in their name.
4) What is the difference between the following commands?
5) Listing for which files will be given by the following command?
ls -l file[1-20]
6) Write a Bash script that will prompt for the user's first and last names and store the responses in two variables. Then it will display the stored information in the format "You entered lastname, firstname." and ask the user for confirmation. If the answer is "y" or "yes", then say "Thank you!", and if the answer is "n" or "no" then start again with the prompts.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 10:40 pm ad1c9bdddf
a. "grep -c ill memo" gives the count of number of lines in the file "memo" that have string "ill" occuring anywhere in them.
b. "grep -n ill memo" prints all the lines in the file "memo" that have string "ill" occuring anywhere in them. Lines are prepended with the corresponding line number separated by a colon.
For example, consider the file "memo" with the following ...
Solution also explains the outcome of commands in many cases, giving examples in certain cases. Script implementation makes use of while loop to achieve the goal.
Briefly answer the questions related to I/O redirections in Bourne shell.
1. Will the following only print the text "I FOUND A MATCH" to standard output when the grep is successful?
if grep "mrichard" /etc/passwd; then echo "I FOUND A MATCH"; fi
2. Does the following command send both standard output and standard error to the same file for the command cmd1?
cmd1 2>&1 >outfile
3. Does cmd2 receive both the standard error and standard output of cmd1 as standard input?
cmd1 2>&1 | cmd2
4. Will the script below always print out the text 'They are the same' assuming the script ran under the Bourne shell?
if [ ! -s "$infile" ]
linecnt=`wc -l $infile | while read cnt rest
while read line
mycnt=`expr $mycnt + 1`
done < $infile
if [ $linecnt -eq $mycnt ]
echo They are the same
echo They are different.
5. Does the standard output of this script get sent to STDOUT?
echo More text
6. Is the visible output of this script, the text 'Hello'?
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