Register for our webinar

How to Nail your next Technical Interview

1 hour
Loading...
1
Enter details
2
Select webinar slot
*Invalid First Name
*Invalid Last Name
*Invalid Phone Number
By sharing your contact details, you agree to our privacy policy.
Select your webinar time
Step 1
Step 2
Congratulations!
You have registered for our webinar
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
1
Enter details
2
Select webinar slot
Step 1
Step 2
Confirmed
You are scheduled with Interview Kickstart.
Redirecting...
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Iks white logo

You may be missing out on a 66.5% salary hike*

Nick Camilleri

Head of Career Skills Development & Coaching
*Based on past data of successful IK students
Iks white logo
Help us know you better!

How many years of coding experience do you have?

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Our June 2021 cohorts are filling up quickly. Join our free webinar to Uplevel your career
close
closeAbout usWhy usInstructorsReviewsCostFAQContactBlogRegister for Webinar

Attend our Free Webinar on How to Nail Your Next Technical Interview

WEBINAR +LIVE Q&A

How To Nail Your Next Tech Interview

Hosted By
Ryan Valles
Founder, Interview Kickstart
Our tried & tested strategy for cracking interviews
How FAANG hiring process works
The 4 areas you must prepare for
How you can accelerate your learnings

Bash Scripting - If Statement

Attend our Free Webinar on How to Nail Your Next Technical Interview

WEBINAR +LIVE Q&A

How To Nail Your Next Tech Interview

Hosted By
Ryan Valles
Founder, Interview Kickstart
Our tried & tested strategy for cracking interviews
How FAANG hiring process works
The 4 areas you must prepare for
How you can accelerate your learnings

Bash Scripting - If Statement

# Bash Scripting - if Statement The `if` statement is a fundamental concept in Bash scripting. It allows a script to make decisions on what code to execute based on the conditions of the system or user input. `if` statements enable us to take actions based on the result of a condition, and are essential for writing complex Bash scripts. The `if` statement is used to check a given condition and, if the condition is true, execute the commands associated with it. The syntax of the `if` statement is as follows: ``` if [ condition ] then command1 command2 ... fi ``` The condition can be any expression that evaluates to `true` or `false`, based on the comparison of any given values or variables. If the condition evaluates to `true`, the commands within the `then` block will be executed, and if it evaluates to `false`, the commands will not be executed. It is also possible to add an `else` statement to the if statement, which will execute the commands within the `else` block if the condition evaluates to `false`. The `if` statement is a powerful tool that can be used to check for any given condition, and execute code accordingly. It is an essential part of Bash scripting, and can be used to create complex scripts that can take decisions based on user input.

Worried About Failing Tech Interviews?

Attend our webinar on
"How to nail your next tech interview" and learn

Hosted By
Ryan Valles
Founder, Interview Kickstart
Our tried & tested strategy for cracking interviews
How FAANG hiring process works
The 4 areas you must prepare for
How you can accelerate your learnings
Register for Webinar
If Statement The if statement is used to execute a command or series of commands if a condition is met. Syntax: ``` if [ condition ] then command1 command2 ... else command3 command4 ... fi ``` Example: ``` #!/bin/bash # Check if the value of the $num is greater than 10 num=20 if [ $num -gt 10 ] then echo "The number is greater than 10" else echo "The number is not greater than 10" fi ``` Output: The number is greater than 10