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# Learning the Korn Shell 2nd Edition, by Arnold Robbins
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# Tksh Demo
# Jeff Korn
#
# This script keeps track of visited directories and shows the files
# in the current directory. You can double-click on files and
# directories. The script should be used interactively, so to run:
# $ tksh
# $ . scripts/watchdir
function winsetup
{
pack $(frame .f)
frame .f.dirname -relief raised -bd 1
pack .f.dirname -side top -fill x
pack $(frame .f.ls) $(frame .f.dirs) -side left
label .f.dirname.label -text "Current directory: "
label .f.dirname.pwd -textvariable PWD
pack .f.dirname.label .f.dirname.pwd -side left
scrollbar .f.ls.scroll -command ".f.ls.list yview"
listbox .f.ls.list -yscroll ".f.ls.scroll set" -width 20 -setgrid 1
pack $(label .f.ls.label -text "Directory Contents") -side top
pack .f.ls.list .f.ls.scroll -side left -fill y -expand 1
scrollbar .f.dirs.scroll -command ".f.dirs.list yview"
listbox .f.dirs.list -yscroll ".f.dirs.scroll set" -width 20 -setgrid 1
pack $(label .f.dirs.label -text "Visited Directories") -side top
pack .f.dirs.list .f.dirs.scroll -side left -fill y -expand 1
bind .f.dirs.list "<Double-1>" 'cd $(selection get)'
bind .f.ls.list "<Double-1>" 'tkfileselect $(selection get)'
}
function tkfileselect
{
[[ -d "$1" ]] && tkcd "$1"
[[ -f "$1" ]] && ${EDITOR-${VISUAL-emacs}} "$1"
}
function tkcd
{
cd $1 > /dev/null || return
.f.ls.list delete 0 end
set -o markdirs
.f.ls.list insert end .. *
[[ ${VisitedDir["$PWD"]} == "" ]] && .f.dirs.list insert end "$PWD"
VisitedDir["$PWD"]=1
}
typeset -A VisitedDir
winsetup > /dev/null
alias cd=tkcd
tkcd .
#! /bin/ksh
# usage: phaser4 [ options ] files
# -k, --kill use kill setting (default)
# -l n, --level n set phaser level (default = 2)
# -s, --stun use stun-only setting
# -t [lf], --tricorder [lf] tricorder mode, opt. scan for life form lf
USAGE=$'[-?\n@(#)$Id: phaser4 (Starfleet Research and Development)'
USAGE+=$' Stardate 57234.22 $\n]'
USAGE+="[-author?J. Programmer <J.Prog@r-d.starfleet.mil.fed>]"
USAGE+="[-copyright?Copyright (c) Stardate 57000 Starfleet.]"
USAGE+="[-license?http://www.starfleet.mil.fed/weapons-license.xml23]"
USAGE+="[+NAME?phaser4 --- combined phaser and tricorder]"
USAGE+="[+DESCRIPTION?The \aphaser4\a program combines the operation "
USAGE+="of the \aphaser3\a and \atricorder\a programs in one handy tool.]"
USAGE+="[k:kill?Use kill setting (default).]"
USAGE+="[l:lev*el]#[level:=2?Set the phaser level.]{
[0-2?non-lethal settings]
[3-10?lethal, use with caution]
}"
USAGE+="[s:stun?Stun-only.]"
USAGE+="[t:tricorder?Tricorder mode.]:?[life_form]"
USAGE+=$'\n\nfile ...\n\n'
USAGE+=$'[+SEE ALSO?\aphaser3\a(1), \atricorder\a(1)]'
kill=1 stun=0 level=2 # defaults
tricorder=0 phaser=1
life_form=
while getopts "$USAGE" optchar ; do
case $optchar in
k) kill=1 stun=0 ;;
s) kill=0 stun=1 ;;
l) level=$OPTARG
if ((level < 0)) ; then level=0 ; fi
if ((level > 10)) ; then level=10 ; fi
;;
t) phaser=0 tricorder=1
life_form=${OPTARG:-"general_unknown"}
;;
esac
done
print kill=$kill
print stun=$stun
print level=$level
print phaser=$phaser
print tricorder=$tricorder
print life_form=$life_form
cut -d: -f1 < /etc/passwd | sort | lp
cut -d: -f1 < /etc/passwd | sort
function testopt {
if [[ -o $1 ]] ; then
print Option $1 is on.
else
print Option $1 is off.
fi
}
Coltrane, John|Giant Steps|Atlantic|1960|Ja
Coltrane, John|Coltrane Jazz|Atlantic|1960|Ja
Coltrane, John|My Favorite Things|Atlantic|1961|Ja
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function testme {
countargs "$@" # Show the original number of parameters
set a b c # Now change them
countargs "$@" # Print the new count
}
testme 1 2 3 4 5 6 # Run the function
countargs "$@" # No change to invoking shell's parameters
person="John Q. Public"
person.firstname=John
person.initial=Q.
person.lastname=Public
# alternate way:
# person=(firstname=John initial=Q. lastname=Public)
print $person # Simple print
# ( lastname=Public initial=Q. firstname=John )
print -r "$person" # Print in full glory
# (
# lastname=Public
# initial=Q.
# firstname=John
# )
print ${person.initial} # Print just the middle initial
function countargs {
print "$# args."
}
# highest filename [howmany]
#
# Print howmany highest-numbered lines in file filename.
# The input file is assumed to have lines that start with
# numbers. Default for howmany is 10.
filename=$1
howmany=${2:-10}
sort -nr "$filename" | head -$howmany
function lsd {
date=$1
ls -l | grep -i "^.\{41\}$date" | cut -c55-
}
name="bill" # Set initial value
nameref firstname=name # Set up the nameref
print $firstname # Actually references variable name
# bill
firstname="arnold" # Now change the indirect reference
print $name # Shazzam! Original variable is changed
# arnold
# To find out the name of the real variable being referenced by the nameref,
# use ${!variable}:
print ${!firstname}
date # Current day and time
# Wed May 23 17:49:44 IDT 2001
function getday { # Define a function
typeset -n day=$1 # Set up the nameref
day=$(date | awk '{ print $1 }') # Actually change it
}
today=now # Set initial value
getday today # Run the function
print $today # Display new value
function demo { # Define a Korn shell function
typeset myvar=3 # Set a local variable myvar
print "demo: myvar is $myvar"
}
myvar=4 # Set the global myvar
demo ; print "global: myvar is $myvar" # Run the function
# demo: myvar is 3
# global: myvar is 4
. demo # Run with POSIX semantics
# demo: myvar is 3
print "global: myvar is $myvar" # See the results
# global: myvar is 3
function dirs { # print directory stack (easy)
print $DIRSTACK
}
function pushd { # push current directory onto stack
dirname=$1
cd ${dirname:?"missing directory name."}
DIRSTACK="$PWD $DIRSTACK"
print "$DIRSTACK"
}
function popd { # cd to top, pop it off stack
top=${DIRSTACK%% *}
DIRSTACK=${DIRSTACK#* }
cd $top
print "$PWD"
}
function afunc {
print in function $0: $1 $2
var1="in function"
}
var1="outside of function"
print var1: $var1
print $0: $1 $2
afunc funcarg1 funcarg2
print var1: $var1
print $0: $1 $2
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