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Automate Daily Development Tasks with Bash

Automate Daily Development Tasks with Bash

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    Use Conditional Statements in Bash

    Cameron NokesCameron Nokes
    4:50

    Knowing how conditionals work in bash open up a world of scripting possibilities. We’ll learn the basic syntax, including if, else, and elif. Then we'll look at a few of the "primary" operators you can leverage in a conditional statement such as = for string equality, -eq for numeric equality, and -e to check if a file exists. After that, we'll use conditional statements to create a function that asserts that the HTTP status of a given URL is between 200 and 299.

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