Shell Programming

Summer Session 2017: June 5-July 13

Description

Shell programming provides an easy means to perform a wide range of text/data manipulation, system administration, network administration, and software development tasks in the UNIX, Linux, and Windows environments. This course provides an introduction to shell programming and the types of problems for which it is well suited. Topics include regular expressions, advanced UNIX/Linux utilities, the Bash scripting language, and the Perl programming language. Students solve a variety of tasks using UNIX/Linux utilities, Bash Script, and Perl. This course is recommended for students pursing careers in software development, information technology, and information systems.

Prerequisite: CSCI 144 or CSCI 211 with a grade of C or higher.

Class Notes

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Non Enrollment Section. Selecting Discussion Component section 701 will result in automatic enrollment in this Activity section.

Class Details

Instructor
Gibson, Todd A
Location

Class Registration Information

Class #
1259
Course
CSCI 344 -
SECT 702
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $286 / unit
Capacity
17/25
Class Meeting Dates

06/05/2017 - 07/13/2017

Days

MTWR

Times

9:25am11:00am

Registration

This is an auto-enrollment class. You will be added automatically when you enroll in the related class. See the class notes at left for details.