“Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide” is a comprehensive guide to shell scripting with Bash, the popular Unix shell used by Linux and other Unix-based operating systems.

1- Introduction: This section provides an overview of shell scripting and the Bash shell, including what it is, how it works, and why it is used.

2- Basic Scripting: This section covers the basics of shell scripting, including how to write and execute simple scripts, how to use variables and arguments, and how to perform conditional statements and loops.

3- Advanced Scripting: This section introduces advanced concepts in shell scripting, including functions, arrays, regular expressions, and process management.

4- Input/Output and Redirection: This section covers input/output and redirection in shell scripts, including how to read and write to files, how to use pipes and redirections, and how to work with standard input and output.

5- Debugging: This section provides tips and techniques for debugging shell scripts, including how to use the set command, the echo command, and the trap command to troubleshoot problems.

6- Scripting for System Administration: This section covers the use of shell scripts in system administration, including how to automate tasks, how to monitor system resources, and how to manage user accounts and permissions.

7- Advanced Topics: This section covers advanced topics in shell scripting, including advanced process management, advanced file management, and advanced string manipulation.

8- Conclusion: This section summarizes the key points covered in the book, and provides recommendations for further learning and practice.

“Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide” is an essential resource for anyone looking to learn or improve their understanding of shell scripting with Bash. The clear explanations, concise examples, and hands-on exercises will help you build a solid foundation in advanced shell scripting, and the accompanying code samples will help you apply what you have learned to real-world programming challenges. Whether you are a seasoned system administrator or a beginner just starting out with shell scripting, this book will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to be a successful shell scripter.