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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Complex if then else Post 302847111 by elilmal on Monday 26th of August 2013 10:37:25 AM
Old 08-26-2013
Complex if then else

for i in $(condition ONE);do for e in $(CONDITION TWO);do

         if [ $i = switch_ports_online1.txt ]; then
                command 1
                command 2
                command 3
         else  if [ $i = switch_ports_online2.txt ]; then
                command 1
                command 2
                command 3
         else  if [ $i = switch_ports_online3.txt ]; then
                command 1
                command 2
                command 3s
         else  if [ $i = switch_ports_online4.txt ]; then
                command 1
                command 2
                command 3
         echo ""
cat miofilesss

Hi all
There is a way to not specify every time "switch_ports_online*"?

In this file there is different ports.
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