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Linuxunix Shell Scripting Python And Perl Course Bundle

Course

LINUXUNIX SHELL SCRIPTING PYTHON AND PERL COURSE BUNDLE

Category

Python and linux Online Training

Eligibility

Job Aspirants

Mode

Regular Offline and Online Live Training

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

45 Days

Python and linux Objectives

•Troubleshoot advanced models in Python and linux.
•How to implement Python and linux on different Platforms.
•Learn how to integrate and customize Python and linux code.
•Learn in depth about the Fundamentals of Python and linux
•Learn and Master Python and linux with this time saving course
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•Beginner to Advance Level: Learn to Plan, Design and Implement Python and linuxLearn Python and linux – A super fun way to improve your programming skills
•Dive in and learn Python and linux step-by-step from beginner to intermediate level by building a practical project!

linuxunix shell scripting python and perl course bundle Course Features

•Get job-ready for an in-demand career
•Free technical support for students
•We assist on Internship on Real-Time Project 
•Regular Brush-up Sessions of the previous classes
•Interview guidance and preparation study materials.
•Hands On Experience – will be provided during the course to practice
•Curriculum based on course outlines defined by in-demand skills in Python.
•This Instructor-led classroom course is designed with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises

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LINUXUNIX SHELL SCRIPTING PYTHON AND PERL COURSE BUNDLE Topics

•LinuxUnix Shell Scripting from basicss to advance
•Shell Kernel Terminal More
•View System Date Calender
•Create Files Directories
•Text Files Create Merge Play
•Rename Delete Files Directories
•Create Copies Links to Files Directories
•File Permissions
•Change File Permissions Using chmod
•Count Lines Words Characters Using wc
•Sort
•Cut Through Your Files
•Convert Copy Files With dd
•Get Help View Fancy Text Reduce File Size
•Hello World
•Use Commands In Your Scripts
•Shell Variables Grab User Input Using read
•Positional Parameters
•More On Positional Parameters
•Reverse Quotes Or Accent Graves
•Count The Number of Command Line Arguments Using
•Math On Integers Using expr
•Operator Precedence
•Math On Real Numbers
•Escape Sequences
•Do Cool Things With tput
•ifthen Statement in Action
•ifthenelse Statement
•Run Checks on Numbers
•Run Checks On Files
•Run Checks On Strings
•The AND Logical Operator
•Count The Number of Characters in Users Input in Your Script
•The OR Logical Operator
•The case Statement
•Another Date With case Statement
•The while Loop
•The until Loop
•The for Loop
•Rant Little Work
•Search Patterns Using grep
•The passwd File Explained
•The Internal Field Separator
•passwd File Revisited
•Reading From a File
•Sleep while you are at work
•Count the number of words sentences in a text file without using wc
•Fetch Redirect Man Pages of commands using for loop
•Nested Loops
•The break Statement
•The continue Statement
•More on Metacharacters
•Adding Removing Users
•Know when users log in Part One
•Know when users log in Final Part
•Communicate with other users using write
•Create Your Own Commands Using Functions
•Executing Multiple Scripts
•Python ultimate guide Go from zero to hero in Python
•Running Code in Python
•Variables in Python
•Numbers Strings
•Lists Tuples
•Dictionaries
•Data Type Conversion
•Arithmetic Comparison Operators
•Bitwise Logical Operators
•Membership Identity Operators
•The IF statement
•The ELSE Statement
•The ELIF Statement
•Nested IFELSE Statement
•Application of Break Statement
•Numeric Functions Part
•String Functions Part
•List Functions Part
•Tuple Functions
•Dictionary Functions
•Date Time Functions Part
•User Defined Functions
•Pass by Reference vs Value
•Variable Length Arguments
•Anonymous Functions
•Global Local Variables
•Updating Global Variables
•Modules
•Handling Files
•Renaming Deleting Files
•Managing Directories
•Exception Handling
•Object Oriented Programming Part
•Install MySql Connector for Python
•Create MySql Table Using Python
•Insert Data Into Tables
•Update MySql Tables
•Sending Email
•Master Perl an ultimate guide of Perl
•Scalar Variables
•Arrays
•Array Operations
•Adding Removing Array Elements
•Slicing Arrays
•Replacing Array Elements
•Converting Arrays to Strings
•Converting Strings to Arrays
•Sort Merge Arrays
•Hashes
•Slicing Hashes
•Obtaining Keys Values from Hashes
•Check Element Existence
•Obtaining Size of Hashes
•Adding Removing Hash Elements
•IF Statement in Perl
•If Else Statement in Perl
•Elseif Statement in Perl
•Unless Statement in Perl
•Unless Else Statement in Perl
•Conditional Operator
•While Loop
•Until Loop
•For Loop
•Foreach Loop
•Do While Loop
•Next Statement
•Last Statement
•Redo Statement
•Infinite Loop
•Arithmetic Operators
•Comparison Operators Numbers
•Comparison Operators Strings
•Assignment Operators
•Bitwise Operators
•Logical Operators
•Miscellaneous Operators
•Working with Date Time Values
•Formatting Time
•Subroutines
•Passing Arguments to Subroutines
•Working with Arguments
•Counting Number of Arguments
•Passing List to Subroutine
•Return Statement in Perl
•Private Variables
•Reading Text from a File
•Writing Text to a File
•Receiving Input from Users
•Copying Files
•Renaming Files
•Listing Files in a Folder
•Creating Directories
•Linux/Unix Shell Scripting from basicss to advance
•Introduction
•Shell, Kernel, Terminal & More
•View System Date, Calender
•Create Files & Directories
•Text Files: Create, Merge & Play
•Rename & Delete Files & Directories
•Create Copies, Links to Files & Directories
•Change File Permissions Using ‘chmod’
•Count Lines, Words & Characters Using ‘wc’
•Convert & Copy Files With ‘dd’
•Get Help, View Fancy Text & Reduce File Size
•Hello World!
•Shell Variables, Grab User Input Using ‘read’
•Count The Number of Command Line Arguments Using $#
•Math On Integers Using ‘expr’
•Do Cool Things With ‘tput’
•if-then’ Statement in Action
•if-then-else’ Statement
•The ‘AND’ Logical Operator
•Count The Number of Characters in User’s Input in Your Script
•The ‘OR’ Logical Operator
•The ‘case’ Statement
•Another Date With ‘case’ Statement
•The ‘while’ Loop
•The ‘until’ Loop
•The ‘for’ Loop
•Rant & Little Work
•Search Patterns Using ‘grep’
•The ‘passwd’ File Explained
•passwd’ File Revisited
•Count the number of words & sentences in a text file without using ‘wc’
•Fetch & Redirect Man Pages of commands using ‘for loop’
•The ‘break’ Statement
•The ‘continue’ Statement
•Adding & Removing Users
•Communicate with other users using ‘write’
•Python ultimate guide : Go from zero to hero in Python 3
•Comments in Python
•Numbers & Strings
•Lists & Tuples
•Arithmetic & Comparison Operators
•Bitwise & Logical Operators
•Membership & Identity Operators
•Nested IF-ELSE Statement
•Numeric Functions (Part-1)
•Numeric Functions (Part-2)
•Numeric Functions (Part-3)
•String Functions (Part-1)
•String Functions (Part-2)
•String Functions (Part-3)
•List Functions (Part-1)
•List Functions (Part-2)
•Date & Time Functions (Part-1)
•Date & Time functions (Part-2)
•Global & Local Variables
•Renaming & Deleting Files
•Object Oriented Programming (Part-1)
•Object Oriented Programming (Part-2)
•Comments & Quotes
•Adding & Removing Array Elements
•Sort & Merge Arrays
•Obtaining Keys & Values from Hashes
•Adding & Removing Hash Elements
•Comparison Operators (Numbers)
•Comparison Operators (Strings)
•Working with Date & Time Values