Are there any man pages that summarize bash scripting

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I have a computer science test coming up on basic bash scripting. We work on offline-only linux machines (pretty much stock Fedora) that have all the typical man/info pages installed. That being said, memorizing things like bash if statement tests and stuff is quite monotonous, is there a man/info page that covers simple topics like if syntax, bash script syntax, etc.?
Jun 13 in Linux Administration by Rahul
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Regardless of whether man pages are exceptionally helpful I would prescribe you to utilize straightforward instructional exercise like pages. These are some:

http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Bash-Prog-Intro-HOWTO.html

http://linuxconfig.org/slam prearranging instructional exercise

They cover the most essential and basic things you ought to be aware.
answered Jun 13 by Korak
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