Scripting from the Command Line


One of the advantages of working at the shell command line is that you’re working in a shell. That sounds sort of obvious and dumb, but please bear with me; pretty much anything you can do in a shell script, you can also do from the command line. I’ve coded many ad hoc scripts right at the command line. I wouldn’t recommend writing anything significant that way, but for quickies it’s just the ticket.


Code Block Command Line Nest Loop Remote Node Loop Iterate 
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