Grep Exclude: How To Use -v To Exclude Words, Patterns, or Files in Grep

Drowning in a sea of files and wishing for an easier way to sift through it all? It’s time to master your file system with grep! Think of grep as a metal detector for your data, pinpointing the exact files you need. But grep has a secret weapon: the ability to exclude certain patterns from

Bash read man page | Using the Linux read command

Imagine a hotel receptionist, diligently taking in information from guests and passing it on to the relevant departments. The Linux read command works in a similar way in the world of Bash scripts. It takes in user input from the terminal and passes it on to the variables in the script, making your Bash scripts

Using BASH IF / ELSE Statements: Shell Script Conditionals Explained

Have you ever wondered how to make your Bash scripts more powerful and flexible? One of the key skills you need to achieve this is mastering conditional statements, specifically bash if, elif, and else statements. By the end of this blog post, you’ll be well-equipped to handle these conditionals with ease, making your scripts more