Books for Unix Scripting

I'm in a second year unix course at school, and we are really starting to get into the scripting aspect of it.
I already own the "Unix in a Nutshell - O'Reilly", and the "Unix - Peachpit Press" books but these book really don't go into too much detail about scripting. So I was wondering if there were any good unix books out there with a good bit on scripting.



Scripting is a big word in todays world!

What scripting language are you interested in?


What do you plan on doing with the scripts?

FWIW: There are some articles comparing JSP, PHP and ASP scripting languages on the site

The scripting we will be doing in class will be KSH, BASH.
I just want to have a book with a lot of detail about scripting, ways in doing it, source code, trick tips, etc.

Thanks again.


<B>Unix Shell Programming (Hayden Books Unix System Library) <BR>
by Stephen G. Kochan, Patrick H. Wood (Contributor)

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This was my first text for UNIX shell scripts. This is a great book and highly recommended. If you click on the photo, it will take you to for more details.

[Edited by Neo on 11-03-2000 at 09:26 PM]