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1.4 Using HP-UX Commands
1.5 Shell Startup Files
1.6 Some Simple HP-UX Commands
2.1 Basic Operations on Files
2.2 File Naming Rules
2.3 Working with Directories
2.4 Copying and Moving Files
2.5 Wildcards
2.6 File Types
2.7 Searching File Contents
2.8 Finding Files
2.9 Miscellaneous File Handling Commands
3.1 Environment and Shell Variables
3.3 Predefined Environment Variables
3.4 Exporting Shell Variables
3.5 Setting the Command Prompt
3.6 The PATH Variable
4.1 Redirecting Standard Output
4.2 Redirecting Standard Input
4.3 Redirecting Standard Error
4.4 Redirecting Standard Input, Output, and Error Simultaneously
4.5 Pipes and How They Are Used
4.6 The T-Junction
5.1 Modes Used in vi
5.3 Cursor Movement
5.4 Inserting and Deleting Text
5.5 Replacing Text
5.7 Scrolling Text
5.8 Search and Replace
5.10 Importing and Exporting Text
5.11 Configuring vi Options
6.1 How a Command Is Executed
6.2 Position Specifiers
6.3 Meta Characters
6.4 Standard and Extended Regular Expressions
7.1 Who Are UNIX Users
7.2 Types of File Permissions
7.5 Changing the Owner and Group of a File
7.6 Special File Permissions
7.7 Finding Files Having a Particular Set of File Permissions
7.8 Access Control Lists
7.9 Miscellaneous Commands
8.1 Static and Dynamic Files
8.2 The Root Directory ( / )
8.3 The Device Directory (/dev)
8.4 The /etc Directory
8.5 The Home Directory (/home)
8.6 The System Binary Directory (/sbin)
8.7 The /stand Directory
8.8 The /net Directory
8.9 The Application Directory (/opt)
8.10 The Temporary File Directory (/tmp)
8.12 The Variable Files Directory (/var)
8.13 The lost+found Directory
8.14 Some Useful Commands Related to File System Hierarchy
9.1 POSIX Shell Capabilities
9.2 File Name Completion
9.3 History and Reentering Commands
9.4 Command Line Editing
9.5 Substitution
9.6 Setting Terminal Parameters
9.7 Job Control
10.1 Anatomy of a Shell Program
10.2 Using Variables
10.4 Interactive Shell Programs
10.5 Exit Codes
10.6 The test Command
10.7 Branching
11.1 Arithmetic and Logic Operations
11.2 The while-do-done Loop
11.3 The until-do-done Loop
11.4 The for-do-done Loop
11.5 Breaking a Loop
11.6 Text Processing
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