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Bash Cheat Sheets

We've gathered cheat sheets for fast reference to Bash-related information. You'll find information about shell scripting, variables, functions, emacs and more. Do you have a favorite Bash cheat sheet? Let us know!

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Bash Cheat Sheets

  • Bash -- See this quick cheat sheet for information about shell scripting in Bash.

  • Bash and emacs -- Bash the universe and everything provides these quick tips for the emacs editor.

  • Bash Programming -- This resource offers basic information and lists variables, logic and comparisons, iterations and functions.

  • Commonly used Bash items -- This cheat sheet contains tables of commonly used items in the Bash and Bourne shells.

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