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Or it might be many lines of code, performing multiple OS commands and complex manipulation of data. Some of us would argue, though, that if your shell script is longer than 20 or 30 lines you really should invest in a book on Python or Perl. This book focuses on Bash as its shell of choice, which alone is probably enough to start a flame war.
But it makes a lot of sense because Bash is arguably the most flexible and powerful shell and also the most commonly found. Almost from the beginning, competing standards and libraries emerged, some of which caused severe headaches for developers wanting to create websites that worked in every browser.