Book Review: The Linux Command Line

The Linux Command Line The Linux Command Line by William E. Shotts Jr.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

For most purposes, I think this could be considered a reference book. Giving quick tips about the Linux/GNU utility and tools. Even as an experienced user, I managed to find useful tips in this book about Bash Shell, quoting and testing conditionals in Bash. I appreciated the general notes about the "Linux culture" sprinkled throughout the text.

This book might be a quick, due to glancing and turning of pages, and worthy read beginner and experienced programmers alike.

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