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exit
 This script could stand some drastic streamlining,
#+ but not at the cost of reduced legibility, please.
# ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ #
# A sample data file (sample1.dat):
# 18.35
# 19.0
# 18.88
# 18.91
# 18.64
# $ sh sd.sh sample1.dat
# Number of data points in "sample1.dat" = 5
# Arithmetic mean (average) = 18.756000000
# Standard Deviation = .235338054
# ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ #
Example A-38. A pad file generator for shareware authors
#!/bin/bash
# pad.sh
#######################################################
              PAD (xml) file creator
#+ Written by Mendel Cooper <thegrendel.abs@gmail.com>.
#+ Released to the Public Domain.
#
 Generates a "PAD" descriptor file for shareware
#+ packages, according to the specifications
#+ of the ASP.
 http://www.asp-shareware.org/pad
#######################################################
# Accepts (optional) save filename as a command-line argument.
if [ -n "$1" ]
then
savefile=$1
else
savefile=save_file.xml               # Default save_file name.
fi  
# ===== PAD file headers =====
HDR1="<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"Windows-1252\" ?>"
HDR2="<XML_DIZ_INFO>"
HDR3="<MASTER_PAD_VERSION_INFO>"
HDR4="\t<MASTER_PAD_VERSION>1.15</MASTER_PAD_VERSION>"
HDR5="\t<MASTER_PAD_INFO>Portable Application Description, or PAD
for short, is a data set that is used by shareware authors to
disseminate information to anyone interested in their software products.
To find out more go to http://www.asp-shareware.org/pad</MASTER_PAD_INFO>"
HDR6="</MASTER_PAD_VERSION_INFO>"
# ============================
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fill_in ()
{
if [ -z "$2" ]
then
echo -n "$1? "     # Get user input.
else
echo -n "$1 $2? "  # Additional query?
fi  
read var             # May paste to fill in field.
# This shows how flexible "read" can be.
if [ -z "$var" ]
then
echo -e "\t\t<$1 />" >>$savefile    # Indent with 2 tabs.
return
else
echo -e "\t\t<$1>$var</$1>" >>$savefile
return ${#var}     # Return length of input string.
fi
   
check_field_length ()  # Check length of program description fields.
{
# $1 = maximum field length
# $2 = actual field length
if [ "$2" -gt "$1" ]
then
echo "Warning: Maximum field length of $1 characters exceeded!"
fi
}  
clear                  # Clear screen.
echo "PAD File Creator"
echo "--- ---- -------"
echo
# Write File Headers to file.
echo $HDR1 >$savefile
echo $HDR2 >>$savefile
echo $HDR3 >>$savefile
echo -e $HDR4 >>$savefile
echo -e $HDR5 >>$savefile
echo $HDR6 >>$savefile
# Company_Info
echo "COMPANY INFO"
CO_HDR="Company_Info"
echo "<$CO_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Company_Name
fill_in Address_1
fill_in Address_2
fill_in City_Town 
fill_in State_Province
fill_in Zip_Postal_Code
fill_in Country
# If applicable:
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# fill_in ASP_Member "[Y/N]"
# fill_in ASP_Member_Number
# fill_in ESC_Member "[Y/N]"
fill_in Company_WebSite_URL
clear   # Clear screen between sections.
# Contact_Info
echo "CONTACT INFO"
CONTACT_HDR="Contact_Info"
echo "<$CONTACT_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Author_First_Name
fill_in Author_Last_Name
fill_in Author_Email
fill_in Contact_First_Name
fill_in Contact_Last_Name
fill_in Contact_Email
echo -e "\t</$CONTACT_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Contact_Info
clear
# Support_Info
echo "SUPPORT INFO"
SUPPORT_HDR="Support_Info"
echo "<$SUPPORT_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Sales_Email
fill_in Support_Email
fill_in General_Email
fill_in Sales_Phone
fill_in Support_Phone
fill_in General_Phone
fill_in Fax_Phone
echo -e "\t</$SUPPORT_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Support_Info
echo "</$CO_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Company_Info
clear
# Program_Info 
echo "PROGRAM INFO"
PROGRAM_HDR="Program_Info"
echo "<$PROGRAM_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Program_Name
fill_in Program_Version
fill_in Program_Release_Month
fill_in Program_Release_Day
fill_in Program_Release_Year
fill_in Program_Cost_Dollars
fill_in Program_Cost_Other
fill_in Program_Type "[Shareware/Freeware/GPL]"
fill_in Program_Release_Status "[Beta, Major Upgrade, etc.]"
fill_in Program_Install_Support
fill_in Program_OS_Support "[Win9x/Win2k/Linux/etc.]"
fill_in Program_Language "[English/Spanish/etc.]"
echo; echo
# File_Info 
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echo "FILE INFO"
FILEINFO_HDR="File_Info"
echo "<$FILEINFO_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Filename_Versioned
fill_in Filename_Previous
fill_in Filename_Generic
fill_in Filename_Long
fill_in File_Size_Bytes
fill_in File_Size_K
fill_in File_Size_MB
echo -e "\t</$FILEINFO_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END File_Info 
clear
# Expire_Info 
echo "EXPIRE INFO"
EXPIRE_HDR="Expire_Info"
echo "<$EXPIRE_HDR>" >>$savefile
fill_in Has_Expire_Info "Y/N"
fill_in Expire_Count
fill_in Expire_Based_On
fill_in Expire_Other_Info
fill_in Expire_Month
fill_in Expire_Day
fill_in Expire_Year
echo -e "\t</$EXPIRE_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Expire_Info 
clear
# More Program_Info
echo "ADDITIONAL PROGRAM INFO"
fill_in Program_Change_Info
fill_in Program_Specific_Category
fill_in Program_Categories
fill_in Includes_JAVA_VM "[Y/N]"
fill_in Includes_VB_Runtime "[Y/N]"
fill_in Includes_DirectX "[Y/N]"
# END More Program_Info
echo "</$PROGRAM_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Program_Info 
clear
# Program Description
echo "PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS"
PROGDESC_HDR="Program_Descriptions"
echo "<$PROGDESC_HDR>" >>$savefile
LANG="English"
echo "<$LANG>" >>$savefile
fill_in Keywords "[comma + space separated]"
echo
echo "45, 80, 250, 450, 2000 word program descriptions"
echo "(may cut and paste into field)"
 It would be highly appropriate to compose the following
#+ "Char_Desc" fields with a text editor,
#+ then cut-and-paste the text into the answer fields.
echo
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echo "              |---------------45 characters---------------|"
fill_in Char_Desc_45
check_field_length 45 "$?"
echo
fill_in Char_Desc_80
check_field_length 80 "$?"
fill_in Char_Desc_250
check_field_length 250 "$?"
fill_in Char_Desc_450
fill_in Char_Desc_2000
echo "</$LANG>" >>$savefile
echo "</$PROGDESC_HDR>" >>$savefile
# END Program Description
clear
echo "Done."; echo; echo
echo "Save file is:  \""$savefile"\""
exit 0
Example A-39. A man page editor
#!/bin/bash
# maned.sh
# A rudimentary man page editor
# Version: 0.1 (Alpha, probably buggy)
# Author: Mendel Cooper <thegrendel.abs@gmail.com>
# Reldate: 16 June 2008
# License: GPL3
savefile=      # Global, used in multiple functions.
E_NOINPUT=90   # User input missing (error). May or may not be critical.
# =========== Markup Tags ============ #
TopHeader=".TH"
NameHeader=".SH NAME"
SyntaxHeader=".SH SYNTAX"
SynopsisHeader=".SH SYNOPSIS"
InstallationHeader=".SH INSTALLATION"
DescHeader=".SH DESCRIPTION"
OptHeader=".SH OPTIONS"
FilesHeader=".SH FILES"
EnvHeader=".SH ENVIRONMENT"
AuthHeader=".SH AUTHOR"
BugsHeader=".SH BUGS"
SeeAlsoHeader=".SH SEE ALSO"
BOLD=".B"
# Add more tags, as needed.
# See groff docs for markup meanings.
# ==================================== #
start ()
{
clear                  # Clear screen.
echo "ManEd"
echo "-----"
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echo
echo "Simple man page creator"
echo "Author: Mendel Cooper"
echo "License: GPL3"
echo; echo; echo
}
progname ()
{
echo -n "Program name? "
read name
echo -n "Manpage section? [Hit RETURN for default (\"1\") ]  "
read section
if [ -z "$section" ]
then
section=1   # Most man pages are in section 1.
fi
if [ -n "$name" ]
then
savefile=""$name"."$section""       #  Filename suffix = section.
echo -n "$1 " >>$savefile
name1=$(echo "$name" | tr a-z A-Z)  #  Change to uppercase,
#+ per man page convention.
echo -n "$name1" >>$savefile
else
echo "Error! No input."             # Mandatory input.
exit $E_NOINPUT                     # Critical!
#  Exercise: The script-abort if no filename input is a bit clumsy.
#            Rewrite this section so a default filename is used
#+           if no input.
fi
echo -n "  \"$section\"">>$savefile   # Append, always append.
echo -n "Version? "
read ver
echo -n " \"Version $ver \"">>$savefile
echo >>$savefile
echo -n "Short description [0 - 5 words]? "
read sdesc
echo "$NameHeader">>$savefile
echo ""$BOLD" "$name"">>$savefile
echo "\- "$sdesc"">>$savefile
}
fill_in ()
{ # This function more or less copied from "pad.sh" script.
echo -n "$2? "       # Get user input.
read var             # May paste (a single line only!) to fill in field.
if [ -n "$var" ]
then
echo "$1 " >>$savefile
echo -n "$var" >>$savefile
else                 # Don't append empty field to file.
return $E_NOINPUT  # Not critical here.
fi
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echo >>$savefile
   
end ()
{
clear
echo -n "Would you like to view the saved man page (y/n)? "
read ans
if [ "$ans" = "n" -o "$ans" = "N" ]; then exit; fi
exec less "$savefile"  #  Exit script and hand off control to "less" ...
#+ ... which formats for viewing man page source.
}
# ---------------------------------------- #
start
progname "$TopHeader"
fill_in "$SynopsisHeader" "Synopsis"
fill_in "$DescHeader" "Long description"
# May paste in *single line* of text.
fill_in "$OptHeader" "Options"
fill_in "$FilesHeader" "Files"
fill_in "$AuthHeader" "Author"
fill_in "$BugsHeader" "Bugs"
fill_in "$SeeAlsoHeader" "See also"
# fill_in "$OtherHeader" ... as necessary.
end    # ... exit not needed.
# ---------------------------------------- #
 Note that the generated man page will usually
#+ require manual fine-tuning with a text editor.
 However, it's a distinct improvement upon
#+ writing man source from scratch
#+ or even editing a blank man page template.
 The main deficiency of the script is that it permits
#+ pasting only a single text line into the input fields.
 This may be a long, cobbled-together line, which groff
 will automatically wrap and hyphenate.
 However, if you want multiple (newline-separated) paragraphs,
#+ these must be inserted by manual text editing on the
#+ script-generated man page.
 Exercise (difficult): Fix this!
 This script is not nearly as elaborate as the
#+ full-featured "manedit" package
#+ http://freshmeat.net/projects/manedit/
#+ but it's much easier to use.
Example A-40. Petals Around the Rose
#!/bin/bash -i
# petals.sh
#########################################################################
# Petals Around the Rose                                                #
                                                                      #
# Version 0.1 Created by Serghey Rodin                                  #
# Version 0.2 Modded by ABS Guide Author                                #
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                                                                      #
# License: GPL3                                                         #
# Used in ABS Guide with permission.                                    #
# ##################################################################### #
hits=0      # Correct guesses.
WIN=6       # Mastered the game.
ALMOST=5    # One short of mastery.
EXIT=exit   # Give up early?
RANDOM=$$   # Seeds the random number generator from PID of script.
# Bones (ASCII graphics for dice)
bone1[1]="|         |"
bone1[2]="|       o |"
bone1[3]="|       o |"
bone1[4]="| o     o |"
bone1[5]="| o     o |"
bone1[6]="| o     o |"
bone2[1]="|    o    |"
bone2[2]="|         |"
bone2[3]="|    o    |"
bone2[4]="|         |"
bone2[5]="|    o    |"
bone2[6]="| o     o |"
bone3[1]="|         |"
bone3[2]="| o       |"
bone3[3]="| o       |"
bone3[4]="| o     o |"
bone3[5]="| o     o |"
bone3[6]="| o     o |"
bone="+---------+"
# Functions
instructions () {
clear
echo -n "Do you need instructions? (y/n) "; read ans
if [ "$ans" = "y" -o "$ans" = "Y" ]; then
clear
echo -e '\E[34;47m'  # Blue type.
 "cat document"
cat <<INSTRUCTIONSZZZ
The name of the game is Petals Around the Rose,
and that name is significant.
Five dice will roll and you must guess the "answer" for each roll.
It will be zero or an even number.
After your guess, you will be told the answer for the roll, but . . .
that's ALL the information you will get.
Six consecutive correct guesses admits you to the
Fellowship of the Rose.
INSTRUCTIONSZZZ
echo -e "\033[0m"    # Turn off blue.
else clear
fi
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}
fortune ()
{
RANGE=7
FLOOR=0
number=0
while [ "$number" -le $FLOOR ]
do
number=$RANDOM
let "number %= $RANGE"   # 1 - 6.
done
return $number
}
throw () { # Calculate each individual die.
fortune; B1=$?
fortune; B2=$?
fortune; B3=$?
fortune; B4=$?
fortune; B5=$?
calc () { # Function embedded within a function!
case "$1" in
3   ) rose=2;;
5   ) rose=4;;
*   ) rose=0;;
esac    # Simplified algorithm.
# Doesn't really get to the heart of the matter.
return $rose
}
answer=0
calc "$B1"; answer=$(expr $answer + $(echo $?))
calc "$B2"; answer=$(expr $answer + $(echo $?))
calc "$B3"; answer=$(expr $answer + $(echo $?))
calc "$B4"; answer=$(expr $answer + $(echo $?))
calc "$B5"; answer=$(expr $answer + $(echo $?))
}
game ()
{ # Generate graphic display of dice throw.
throw
echo -e "\033[1m"    # Bold.
echo -e "\n"
echo -e "$bone\t$bone\t$bone\t$bone\t$bone"
echo -e \
"${bone1[$B1]}\t${bone1[$B2]}\t${bone1[$B3]}\t${bone1[$B4]}\t${bone1[$B5]}"
echo -e \
"${bone2[$B1]}\t${bone2[$B2]}\t${bone2[$B3]}\t${bone2[$B4]}\t${bone2[$B5]}"
echo -e \
"${bone3[$B1]}\t${bone3[$B2]}\t${bone3[$B3]}\t${bone3[$B4]}\t${bone3[$B5]}"
echo -e "$bone\t$bone\t$bone\t$bone\t$bone"
echo -e "\n\n\t\t"
echo -e "\033[0m"    # Turn off bold.
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echo -n "There are how many petals around the rose? "
}
# ============================================================== #
instructions
while [ "$petal" != "$EXIT" ]    # Main loop.
do
game
read petal
echo "$petal" | grep [0-9] >/dev/null  # Filter response for digit.
# Otherwise just roll dice again.
if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]   # If-loop #1.
then
if [ "$petal" == "$answer" ]; then    # If-loop #2.
echo -e "\nCorrect. There are $petal petals around the rose.\n"
(( hits++ ))
if [ "$hits" -eq "$WIN" ]; then   # If-loop #3.
echo -e '\E[31;47m'  # Red type.
echo -e "\033[1m"    # Bold.
echo "You have unraveled the mystery of the Rose Petals!"
echo "Welcome to the Fellowship of the Rose!!!"
echo "(You are herewith sworn to secrecy.)"; echo
echo -e "\033[0m"    # Turn off red & bold.
break                # Exit!
else echo "You have $hits correct so far."; echo
if [ "$hits" -eq "$ALMOST" ]; then
echo "Just one more gets you to the heart of the mystery!"; echo
fi
fi                                  # Close if-loop #3.
else
echo -e "\nWrong. There are $answer petals around the rose.\n"
hits=0   # Reset number of correct guesses.
fi                                    # Close if-loop #2.
echo -n "Hit ENTER for the next roll, or type \"exit\" to end. "
read
if [ "$REPLY" = "$EXIT" ]; then exit
fi
fi                  # Close if-loop #1.
clear
done                  # End of main (while) loop.
###
exit $?
# Resources:
# ---------
# 1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petals_Around_the_Rose
   (Wikipedia entry.)
# 2) http://www.borrett.id.au/computing/petals-bg.htm
   (How Bill Gates coped with the Petals Around the Rose challenge.)
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