Shell scripts are an essential part of any modern operating system, such as UNIX,
Linux, Windows, and similar. The scripting language or its syntax may vary from
OS to OS; but the fundamental principles remain the same. I first encountered Linux
Shell scripts during the development of embedded Linux product development. Shell
scripts were initializing the complete product from the basic booting procedure until
users logged in and a complete operating system was initialized. Another situation
was in the automation of regular activities, such as the build and release management
of source codes of very complex products, where more than 10,000 files were a part of
a single project. Similarly, another very common requirement comes while using the
make utility, which is used to compile and build complex product source codes.

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