In this, the final chapter of our journey, we will look at some odds and ends. While we have certainly covered a lot of ground in the previous chapters, there are many
bash features that we have not covered. Most are fairly obscure and useful mainly to those integrating
bash into a Linux distribution. However, there are a few that, while not in common use, are helpful for certain programming problems. We will cover them here.
bash allows commands to be grouped together. This can be done in one of two ways: either with a group command or with a subshell. Here are examples of the syntax of each.
command3; ...] }
The two ...