Concatenate string variables

Brief: This example will help you to concatenate two or more strings variable in a bash script. This tutorial helps you with multiple shell script examples of concatenating strings in a shell script. The first example is a general way to concatenate variables of string. You can simply write all the variable one after another:

Output: Welcome TecAdmin! Another Example You can also use += operator to concatenate two strings and store results in the first string.

Output: Welcome TecAdmin! One More Example Use another example with one…

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Check if two strings are equal?

Bash – Check If Two Strings are Equal Brief: This example will help you to understand to check if two strings are equal in a bash script. This shell script accepts two string in variables and checks if they are identical. Details Use == operator with bash if statement to check if two strings are equal. You can also use != to check if two string are not equal. You must use single space before and after the == and != operators. Example In this script two variables are initialized…

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Bash – String Comparisons

Bash String Comparisons Use double equals ( == ) operator to compare strings inside square brackets []. Using this option you simply test if two given strings are equals or not inside bash shell scripts. Example Syntax: if [ “$str1” == “$str2” ] # True if equal if [ “$str1” != “$str2” ] # True if not equal Example: For example to compare two string are equal or not. if [ “hello” == “hello” ] ## True if [ “hello” == “hello1” ] ## False if [ “hello” != “hello”…

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