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Business and Computer Science

LINUX/UNIX and Shell Programming

Course Code: CSC-245

This course introduces the basic concepts of the LINUX/UNIX operating system including the LINUX/UNIX file system, shell programming and process management. Features of the LINUX/UNIX shell are explored, including: input and output redirection, pipes, variable and filename substitution, and shell and environmental variables. Regular expressions are covered. Students learn a POSIX compliant shell and develop the ability to use shell utilities and editors and create shell programs of moderate difficulty.

Department Description : Accounting, Business and Legal Studies

  • Credit: 4 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 3
  • Lab Hours: 3


CSC-133 or CSC-161

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