Vim Script_Name.sh :i #!bin/bash echo -n "Enter the first string: " read str1 # input the first string. echo -n "Enter the second string: " read str2 # input the second string str3=$str1$str2 # concatenate the above two input strings. len=`echo $str1 | wc -c` # find the length of first input string. len1=`echo $str2 |wc -c` # find the length of second input string. len2=`echo $str3 | wc -c` # find the length of concatenated string. echo "The length of first string is : `expr $len – 1`" # display the length of first string. echo "The length of second string is : `expr $len1 – 1`" # display the length of second string. echo "THe lenght of concatenated string is : `expr $len2 – 1`" # display the length of concatenated string. :wq The above script can be executed directly as follows: # bash Script_Name.sh OR # sh Script_Name.sh The script can also be executed by giving execute permission as follows: # chmod +x Script_Name # ./Script_Name
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Here is a simple interactive shell script to display concatenation of two strings entered by the user and display the length the resultant string.
Posted by Navneet Sharma at 5:42 AM