Operating System Scripting - CIS106
Subject Area(s): Computer and Information Science
Credential(s): Associate's Degree
This course teaches the student how to plan, write, and debug scripts for the purpose of automating operating system tasks. Topics include use of parameters, string comparison testing, piping, input and output redirection, file manipulation, use of environmental variables, looping, if tests, running a script from a script, and using shift. Prerequisite: CIS 121 with a grade of C or better; Co-requisite: CIS 120 or permission of the instructor. One hour of lecture per week. Instructional Support Fee applies. 1 credit Fall, Spring, Summer
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Operating System Scripting Online Offerings
|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
|10520||Arruda, Janelle||100% Online||2023-01-18||2023-05-10|
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