Clever Use of Alias

My friend, Rio has made a tutorial on how to write a bash script that use our own mother language.
So, instead of using this snippet:

echo -e “\n——– CONTOH PERULANGAN ———”
for (( i=1; i<=5; i++ )) do echo -n "$i " done [/code]

We’ll do it this way:

cetak -e “\n——– CONTOH PERULANGAN ———”
untuk (( i=1; i<=5; i++ )) lakukan cetak -n "$i " selesai [/code]

Author: Arief Bayu Purwanto

Hello, my name is Arief Bayu Purwanto, a 24 years old father of a beautiful daughter. Interested in online programming, linux, games, and reading. Currently working on kapanlagi.com as junior developer. I live in a relatively quite and cool place called Malang. I'm available for some freelance stuff as well as some consulting job. You can see my portofolio for some previous task I've finished and some other information related to my capability. Btw, I'm plurking here.

  • rio

    thanks for the link mas bayu…

  • rio

    thanks for the link mas bayu…

  • Weh weh… aku urung mudeng :D

    silent:Ahuehuehuehuehue, Kan masih bisa belajar:D.

  • Weh weh… aku urung mudeng 😀

    silent:

    Ahuehuehuehuehue, Kan masih bisa belajar:D.

  • baru ngerti kalau bash script punya perulangan kaya C/AWK gitu.. for (( i.. ))

    silent:Launchernya pake bash, jangan sh. bash test.sh (dengan test.sh) berisi seperti diatas akan jalan dengan lancar.

  • baru ngerti kalau bash script punya perulangan kaya C/AWK gitu.. for (( i.. ))

    silent:

    Launchernya pake bash, jangan sh. bash test.sh (dengan test.sh) berisi seperti diatas akan jalan dengan lancar.

  • Wuuih, keren juga tuh..
    Pernah lihat trik yg hampir sama di echozine
    bedanya yg di ezine itu utk dos, dan pake bahasa
    Jawa…

  • Wuuih, keren juga tuh..
    Pernah lihat trik yg hampir sama di echozine
    bedanya yg di ezine itu utk dos, dan pake bahasa
    Jawa…