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Chapter 1: Introduction to Qshell
 
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Chapter 2: Running Qshell
 
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Chapter 3: The EDTF Text Editor
 
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Chapter 4: Scripting
 
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Chapter 5: Parameters and Variables, Defined
 
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Chapter 6: Using Parameters and Variables
 
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Chapter 7: The Exit Status and Decision-Making
 
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Chapter 8: Additional Control Structures
 
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Chapter 9: The Integrated File System
 
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Chapter 10: Input and Output
 
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Chapter 11: Command-Line Arguments
 
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Chapter 12: Commands
 
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Chapter 13: Functions
 
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Chapter 14: Path-Name Expansion
 
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Chapter 15: Scripts—Debugging, Signals, and Traps
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Chapter 16: Archives and Compression
 
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Chapter 17: Grep
 
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Chapter 18: Sed
 
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Chapter 19: Writing Programs for Qshell
 
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Chapter 20: Accessing OS/400-Specific Objects
 
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Chapter 21: Application Development Tools
 
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Chapter 22: The Perl Utility
 
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Chapter 23: Java Development Tools
 
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Chapter 24: C and C++ Development Tools
 
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Appendix A: Summary of Changes by Release
 
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Appendix B: Qshell Versus DOS
 
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Appendix C: Qshell and CL Commands for the IFS
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 Qshell for iSeries
by Ted Holt, Fred A. Kulack
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