This course has been designed as a follow on course for the XML primer course. The course looks at the use of XSLT in the transforming and styling XML documents.
Programmers developing programs under UNIX.
Anyone working with XML.
Support personnel who wish to find out more about the workings of UNIX or write simple utility programs.
Some programming experience would be useful although not essential.
What does the shell do? How are commands executed? Different shells. What is a shell script? Comments, creating shell scripts.
Setting variables, using variables, set, scope, export, sourcing, environmental variables, read.
0 to $9, $#, $* and others. shift parameter substitution.
The test command, The if statement, while loops, for loops, The case statement, Special characters, Redirection of errors, here documents, quoting.
The expr command.
The terminfo database
The tput comand
Shell functions, getopts, xargs, debugging shell scripts, portability issues. Extras in the Korn shell.
The time command, performance tips.
"Course was tailored to our requirements. Very flexible."
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This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.