From my previous post I told you that I was learning Shell Programming. Once I got familiar with Shell Scripting, I got to know that the commands we type in the terminal can also be executed from shell scripts if we include the command within the grave operators.
eg: In Terminal = date
In shell script = echo `date`
Suddenly I got an idea. If I write a C++ program and give the run command from a shell script, when I execute the shell script, the C++ program also should work.
I took a new file (a.cpp) and wrote the C++ program in that.
eg: vi a.cpp
I compiled the C++ program and executed it.
Then I wrote my shell script in myscript.sh file
eg: vi myscript.sh
P.S - At the moment I have completed 120 pages from that ebook.