some *nix resources:
Bash for Beginners
Advanced Bash scripting guide
Bash Reference Manual
Don't forget it's cousin Auto HotKeyQuote:
Originally Posted by mattx
This has much of the desktop automation features of AutoIt. Infact it can process AutoIt version 2 scripts.
The hotkey part of the name refers to its ability to remap key presses and mouse actions for live, as opposed to automated, user sessions.
Lastly, Auto HotKey is GPL so you can get sight of the source and change it, if that's your thang.
Oooo, did not know about that - [ Auto Hotkey ] - thats my weekend taken up investigating this....
I remember writing stuff with AutoIT ver 2. My code had lots of Gotos..... how I miss them..... :-)
I just found a rather impressive collection of scripts that perform all kinds of tasks here:
Win32 Scripting.... Everything you need to get up and running
It covers multiple types of scripting including:
Thought that it could be quite a useful resource for everyone :)
This is a good site full of CMD line, mac OSx, Oracle, Bash, SQL, VBScript help etc...
SS64.com Command line reference
Logon scripts to map/do/achieve pretty much all the basics:
Free, but takes voluntary donations.