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Bash Scripting: Arrays & Loops (With Examples)

Published on August 24, 2020

Fakhar ul Hassan

Infrastructure Consultant, Cloud Architect & Automation, DevOps, Infrastructure as Code (IaC), Ansible, Terraform

Bash Scripting: Arrays & Loops (With Examples)

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Bash Array

An array is a data structure that can store multiple variables within it. In our our Linux system administration, we use it in variety of our day-to-day operational use cases.

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Loops

Loops are very useful, whenever there is a need to execute a sequence of commands over and over again until a particular condition is reached.

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Fakhar ul Hassan

Infrastructure Consultant, Cloud Architect & Automation, DevOps, Infrastructure as Code (IaC), Ansible, Terraform