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#!/bin/bash
# makedict.sh  [make dictionary]
# Modification of /usr/sbin/mkdict (/usr/sbin/cracklib-forman) script.
# Original script copyright 1993, by Alec Muffett.
#
 This modified script included in this document in a manner
#+ consistent with the "LICENSE" document of the "Crack" package
#+ that the original script is a part of.
 This script processes text files to produce a sorted list
#+ of words found in the files.
 This may be useful for compiling dictionaries
#+ and for other lexicographic purposes.
E_BADARGS=85
if [ ! -r "$1" ]                    #  Need at least one
then                                #+ valid file argument.
echo "Usage: $0 files-to-process"
exit $E_BADARGS
fi  
# SORT="sort"                       #  No longer necessary to define
#+ options to sort. Changed from
#+ original script.
cat $* |                            #  Dump specified files to stdout.
tr A-Z a-z |                #  Convert to lowercase.
tr ' ' '\012' |             #  New: change spaces to newlines.
      tr -cd '\012[a-z][0-9]' |   #  Get rid of everything
#+ non-alphanumeric (in orig. script).
tr -c '\012a-z'  '\012' |   #  Rather than deleting non-alpha
#+ chars, change them to newlines.
sort |                      #  $SORT options unnecessary now.
uniq |                      #  Remove duplicates.
grep -v '^#' |              #  Delete lines starting with #.
grep -v '^$'                #  Delete blank lines.
exit $?
Example A-9. Soundex conversion
#!/bin/bash
# soundex.sh: Calculate "soundex" code for names
# =======================================================
       Soundex script
             by
        Mendel Cooper
    thegrendel.abs@gmail.com
    reldate: 23 January, 2002
#
  Placed in the Public Domain.
#
# A slightly different version of this script appeared in
#+ Ed Schaefer's July, 2002 "Shell Corner" column
#+ in "Unix Review" on-line,
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#+ http://www.unixreview.com/documents/uni1026336632258/
# =======================================================
ARGCOUNT=1                     # Need name as argument.
E_WRONGARGS=90
if [ $# -ne "$ARGCOUNT" ]
then
echo "Usage: `basename $0` name"
exit $E_WRONGARGS
fi  
assign_value ()                #  Assigns numerical value
                             #+ to letters of name.
val1=bfpv                    # 'b,f,p,v' = 1
val2=cgjkqsxz                # 'c,g,j,k,q,s,x,z' = 2
val3=dt                      #  etc.
val4=l
val5=mn
val6=r
# Exceptionally clever use of 'tr' follows.
# Try to figure out what is going on here.
value=$( echo "$1" \
| tr -d wh \
| tr $val1 1 | tr $val2 2 | tr $val3 3 \
| tr $val4 4 | tr $val5 5 | tr $val6 6 \
| tr -s 123456 \
| tr -d aeiouy )
# Assign letter values.
# Remove duplicate numbers, except when separated by vowels.
# Ignore vowels, except as separators, so delete them last.
# Ignore 'w' and 'h', even as separators, so delete them first.
#
# The above command substitution lays more pipe than a plumber <g>.
}  
input_name="$1"
echo
echo "Name = $input_name"
# Change all characters of name input to lowercase.
# ------------------------------------------------
name=$( echo $input_name | tr A-Z a-z )
# ------------------------------------------------
# Just in case argument to script is mixed case.
# Prefix of soundex code: first letter of name.
# --------------------------------------------
char_pos=0                     # Initialize character position. 
prefix0=${name:$char_pos:1}
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prefix=`echo $prefix0 | tr a-z A-Z`
# Uppercase 1st letter of soundex.
let "char_pos += 1"            # Bump character position to 2nd letter of name.
name1=${name:$char_pos}
# ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Exception Patch ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 Now, we run both the input name and the name shifted one char
#+ to the right through the value-assigning function.
 If we get the same value out, that means that the first two characters
#+ of the name have the same value assigned, and that one should cancel.
 However, we also need to test whether the first letter of the name
#+ is a vowel or 'w' or 'h', because otherwise this would bollix things up.
char1=`echo $prefix | tr A-Z a-z`    # First letter of name, lowercased.
assign_value $name
s1=$value
assign_value $name1
s2=$value
assign_value $char1
s3=$value
s3=9$s3                              #  If first letter of name is a vowel
#+ or 'w' or 'h',
#+ then its "value" will be null (unset).
#+ Therefore, set it to 9, an otherwise
#+ unused value, which can be tested for.
if [[ "$s1" -ne "$s2" || "$s3" -eq 9 ]]
then
suffix=$s2
else  
suffix=${s2:$char_pos}
fi  
# ++++++++++++++++++++++ end Exception Patch ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
padding=000                    # Use at most 3 zeroes to pad.
soun=$prefix$suffix$padding    # Pad with zeroes.
MAXLEN=4                       # Truncate to maximum of 4 chars.
soundex=${soun:0:$MAXLEN}
echo "Soundex = $soundex"
echo
 The soundex code is a method of indexing and classifying names
#+ by grouping together the ones that sound alike.
 The soundex code for a given name is the first letter of the name,
#+ followed by a calculated three-number code.
 Similar sounding names should have almost the same soundex codes.
  Examples:
  Smith and Smythe both have a "S-530" soundex.
  Harrison = H-625
  Hargison = H-622
  Harriman = H-655
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 This works out fairly well in practice, but there are numerous anomalies.
#
#
 The U.S. Census and certain other governmental agencies use soundex,
 as do genealogical researchers.
#
 For more information,
#+ see the "National Archives and Records Administration home page",
#+ http://www.nara.gov/genealogy/soundex/soundex.html
# Exercise:
# --------
# Simplify the "Exception Patch" section of this script.
exit 0
Example A-10. Game of Life
#!/bin/bash
# life.sh: "Life in the Slow Lane"
# Author: Mendel Cooper
# License: GPL3
# Version 0.2:   Patched by Daniel Albers
#+               to allow non-square grids as input.
# Version 0.2.1: Added 2-second delay between generations.
# ##################################################################### #
# This is the Bash script version of John Conway's "Game of Life".      #
# "Life" is a simple implementation of cellular automata.               #
# --------------------------------------------------------------------- #
# On a rectangular grid, let each "cell" be either "living" or "dead."  #
# Designate a living cell with a dot, and a dead one with a blank space.#
     Begin with an arbitrarily drawn dot-and-blank grid,              #
#+     and let this be the starting generation: generation 0.           #
# Determine each successive generation by the following rules:          #
  1) Each cell has 8 neighbors, the adjoining cells                   #
#+     left, right, top, bottom, and the 4 diagonals.                   #
                                                                      #
                      123                                             #
                      4*5     The * is the cell under consideration.  #
                      678                                             #
                                                                      #
# 2) A living cell with either 2 or 3 living neighbors remains alive.   #
SURVIVE=2                                                               #
# 3) A dead cell with 3 living neighbors comes alive, a "birth."        #
BIRTH=3                                                                 #
# 4) All other cases result in a dead cell for the next generation.     #
# ##################################################################### #
startfile=gen0   # Read the starting generation from the file "gen0" ...
# Default, if no other file specified when invoking script.
#
if [ -n "$1" ]   # Specify another "generation 0" file.
then
startfile="$1"
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fi  
############################################
 Abort script if "startfile" not specified
#+ and
#+ default file "gen0" not present.
E_NOSTARTFILE=86
if [ ! -e "$startfile" ]
then
echo "Startfile \""$startfile"\" missing!"
exit $E_NOSTARTFILE
fi
############################################
ALIVE1=.
DEAD1=_
# Represent living and dead cells in the start-up file.
 -----------------------------------------------------#
 This script uses a 10 x 10 grid (may be increased,
#+ but a large grid will slow down execution).
ROWS=10
COLS=10
 Change above two variables to match desired grid size.
 -----------------------------------------------------#
GENERATIONS=10          #  How many generations to cycle through.
#  Adjust this upwards
#+ if you have time on your hands.
NONE_ALIVE=85           #  Exit status on premature bailout,
#+ if no cells left alive.
DELAY=2                 #  Pause between generations.
TRUE=0
FALSE=1
ALIVE=0
DEAD=1
avar=                   # Global; holds current generation.
generation=0            # Initialize generation count.
# =================================================================
let "cells = $ROWS * $COLS"   # How many cells.
# Arrays containing "cells."
declare -a initial
declare -a current
display ()
{
alive=0                 # How many cells alive at any given time.
# Initially zero.
declare -a arr
arr=( `echo "$1"` )     # Convert passed arg to array.
element_count=${#arr[*]}
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local i
local rowcheck
for ((i=0; i<$element_count; i++))
do
# Insert newline at end of each row.
let "rowcheck = $i % COLS"
if [ "$rowcheck" -eq 0 ]
then
echo                # Newline.
echo -n "      "    # Indent.
fi  
cell=${arr[i]}
if [ "$cell" = . ]
then
let "alive += 1"
fi  
echo -n "$cell" | sed -e 's/_/ /g'
# Print out array, changing underscores to spaces.
done  
return
}
IsValid ()                            # Test if cell coordinate valid.
{
if [ -z "$1"  -o -z "$2" ]          # Mandatory arguments missing?
then
return $FALSE
fi
local row
local lower_limit=0                   # Disallow negative coordinate.
local upper_limit
local left
local right
let "upper_limit = $ROWS * $COLS - 1" # Total number of cells.
if [ "$1" -lt "$lower_limit" -o "$1" -gt "$upper_limit" ]
then
return $FALSE                       # Out of array bounds.
fi  
row=$2
let "left = $row * $COLS"             # Left limit.
let "right = $left + $COLS - 1"       # Right limit.
if [ "$1" -lt "$left" -o "$1" -gt "$right" ]
then
return $FALSE                       # Beyond row boundary.
fi  
return $TRUE                          # Valid coordinate.
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}  
IsAlive ()              #  Test whether cell is alive.
#  Takes array, cell number, and
                      #+ state of cell as arguments.
GetCount "$1" $2      #  Get alive cell count in neighborhood.
local nhbd=$?
if [ "$nhbd" -eq "$BIRTH" ]  # Alive in any case.
then
return $ALIVE
fi
if [ "$3" = "." -a "$nhbd" -eq "$SURVIVE" ]
then                  # Alive only if previously alive.
return $ALIVE
fi  
return $DEAD          # Defaults to dead.
}  
GetCount ()             # Count live cells in passed cell's neighborhood.
# Two arguments needed:
# $1) variable holding array
# $2) cell number
{
local cell_number=$2
local array
local top
local center
local bottom
local r
local row
local i
local t_top
local t_cen
local t_bot
local count=0
local ROW_NHBD=3
array=( `echo "$1"` )
let "top = $cell_number - $COLS - 1"    # Set up cell neighborhood.
let "center = $cell_number - 1"
let "bottom = $cell_number + $COLS - 1"
let "r = $cell_number / $COLS"
for ((i=0; i<$ROW_NHBD; i++))           # Traverse from left to right. 
do
let "t_top = $top + $i"
let "t_cen = $center + $i"
let "t_bot = $bottom + $i"
let "row = $r"                        # Count center row.
IsValid $t_cen $row                   # Valid cell position?
if [ $? -eq "$TRUE" ]
then
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if [ ${array[$t_cen]} = "$ALIVE1" ] # Is it alive?
then                                # If yes, then ...
let "count += 1"                  # Increment count.
fi        
fi  
let "row = $r - 1"                    # Count top row.          
IsValid $t_top $row
if [ $? -eq "$TRUE" ]
then
if [ ${array[$t_top]} = "$ALIVE1" ] # Redundancy here.
then                                # Can it be optimized?
let "count += 1"
fi        
fi  
let "row = $r + 1"                    # Count bottom row.
IsValid $t_bot $row
if [ $? -eq "$TRUE" ]
then
if [ ${array[$t_bot]} = "$ALIVE1" ] 
then
let "count += 1"
fi        
fi  
done  
if [ ${array[$cell_number]} = "$ALIVE1" ]
then
let "count -= 1"        #  Make sure value of tested cell itself
fi                        #+ is not counted.
return $count
}
next_gen ()               # Update generation array.
{
local array
local i=0
array=( `echo "$1"` )     # Convert passed arg to array.
while [ "$i" -lt "$cells" ]
do
IsAlive "$1" $i ${array[$i]}   # Is the cell alive?
if [ $? -eq "$ALIVE" ]
then                           #  If alive, then
array[$i]=.                  #+ represent the cell as a period.
else  
array[$i]="_"                #  Otherwise underscore
fi                            #+ (will later be converted to space).
let "i += 1" 
done   
   let "generation += 1"       # Increment generation count.
###  Why was the above line commented out?
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# Set variable to pass as parameter to "display" function.
avar=`echo ${array[@]}`   # Convert array back to string variable.
display "$avar"           # Display it.
echo; echo
echo "Generation $generation  -  $alive alive"
if [ "$alive" -eq 0 ]
then
echo
echo "Premature exit: no more cells alive!"
exit $NONE_ALIVE        #  No point in continuing
fi                        #+ if no live cells.
}
# =========================================================
# main ()
# {
# Load initial array with contents of startup file.
initial=( `cat "$startfile" | sed -e '/#/d' | tr -d '\n' |\
# Delete lines containing '#' comment character.
sed -e 's/\./\. /g' -e 's/_/_ /g'` )
# Remove linefeeds and insert space between elements.
clear          # Clear screen.
echo #         Title
setterm -reverse on
echo "======================="
setterm -reverse off
echo "    $GENERATIONS generations"
echo "           of"
echo "\"Life in the Slow Lane\""
setterm -reverse on
echo "======================="
setterm -reverse off
sleep $DELAY   # Display "splash screen" for 2 seconds.
# -------- Display first generation. --------
Gen0=`echo ${initial[@]}`
display "$Gen0"           # Display only.
echo; echo
echo "Generation $generation  -  $alive alive"
sleep $DELAY
# -------------------------------------------
let "generation += 1"     # Bump generation count.
echo
# ------- Display second generation. -------
Cur=`echo ${initial[@]}`
next_gen "$Cur"          # Update & display.
sleep $DELAY
# ------------------------------------------
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let "generation += 1"     # Increment generation count.
# ------ Main loop for displaying subsequent generations ------
while [ "$generation" -le "$GENERATIONS" ]
do
Cur="$avar"
next_gen "$Cur"
let "generation += 1"
sleep $DELAY
done
# ==============================================================
echo
# }
exit 0   # CEOF:EOF
# The grid in this script has a "boundary problem."
# The the top, bottom, and sides border on a void of dead cells.
# Exercise: Change the script to have the grid wrap around,
# +         so that the left and right sides will "touch,"      
# +         as will the top and bottom.
#
# Exercise: Create a new "gen0" file to seed this script.
          Use a 12 x 16 grid, instead of the original 10 x 10 one.
          Make the necessary changes to the script,
#+          so it will run with the altered file.
#
# Exercise: Modify this script so that it can determine the grid size
#+          from the "gen0" file, and set any variables necessary
#+          for the script to run.
          This would make unnecessary any changes to variables
#+          in the script for an altered grid size.
#
# Exercise: Optimize this script.
          It has redundant code.
Example A-11. Data file for Game of Life
# gen0
#
# This is an example "generation 0" start-up file for "life.sh".
# --------------------------------------------------------------
 The "gen0" file is a 10 x 10 grid using a period (.) for live cells,
#+ and an underscore (_) for dead ones. We cannot simply use spaces
#+ for dead cells in this file because of a peculiarity in Bash arrays.
 [Exercise for the reader: explain this.]
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# Lines beginning with a '#' are comments, and the script ignores them.
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Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide
Appendix A. Contributed Scripts
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