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Shell Script to check file is ordinary or not

Posted By: Lutera Fischer     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 8262

Write a Shell Script to check then file is ordinary or not.

Code for Shell Script to check file is ordinary or not in Unix / Linux / Ubuntu

if [ $# -eq 0 ]
then
echo "enter proper parameter"elseif [ -f $1 ]
  then
  echo "file is ordinary"
  fi
fi


OUTPUT
***********

[04mca58@LINTEL 04mca58]$ sh checkfile.sh f1
file is ordinary
[04mca58@LINTEL 04mca58]$ sh checkfile.sh
enter proper parameter
  
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Lutera Fischer author of Shell Script to check file is ordinary or not is from Frankfurt, Germany.
 
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