? how to use if to see whether file has suffix in shell bash script

This question already has an answer here: String contains in Bash 19 answers You can use the matching operator:
 ? how to use if to see whether file has suffix in shell bash script

This question already has an answer here: String contains in Bash 19 answers echo "xxx.yyy" | grep -q '\.'if [
 ? how to use if to see whether file has suffix in shell bash script

This question already has an answer here: String contains in Bash 19 answers You can use the matching operator:
 ? how to use if to see whether file has suffix in shell bash script

This question already has an answer here: String contains in Bash 19 answers You can use the matching operator:
 ? Linux /bin/sh check if string contains X

In a shell script, how can I find out if a string is contained within another string. In bash, I would just use =~, but I am not sure how I can do the same in /bin/sh. Is it possible? You can use a
 ? How to find substring inside a string (or how to grep a variable)?

I'm using BASH, and I don't know how to find a substring. It keeps failing, I've got a string (should this be an array?)Below, LIST is a string list of database names, SOURCE is the reply, one of thos
 ? How to find substring inside a string (or how to grep a variable)?

I'm using BASH, and I don't know how to find a substring. It keeps failing, I've got a string (should this be an array?)Below, LIST is a string list of database names, SOURCE is the reply, one of thos
 ? How to find substring inside a string (or how to grep a variable)?

I'm using BASH, and I don't know how to find a substring. It keeps failing, I've got a string (should this be an array?)Below, LIST is a string list of database names, SOURCE is the reply, one of thos
 ? How to find substring inside a string (or how to grep a variable)?

I'm using BASH, and I don't know how to find a substring. It keeps failing, I've got a string (should this be an array?)Below, LIST is a string list of database names, SOURCE is the reply, one of thos
 ? Searching for a substring in a bash script will not work

I have been writing a bash script to call in my .bashrc file to print the results of whatis for a random command in my /usr/bin folder and wanted to exclude commands that returned "nothing appropriate
 ? Position of a string within a string using Linux shell script?

If I have the text in a shell variable, say $a:a="The cat sat on the mat"How can I search for "cat" and return 4 using a Linux shell script, or -1 if not found? With basha="The cat sat on the mat"b
 ? Position of a string within a string using Linux shell script?

If I have the text in a shell variable, say $a:a="The cat sat on the mat"How can I search for "cat" and return 4 using a Linux shell script, or -1 if not found? With basha="The cat sat on the mat"b
 ? Position of a string within a string using Linux shell script?

If I have the text in a shell variable, say $a:a="The cat sat on the mat"How can I search for "cat" and return 4 using a Linux shell script, or -1 if not found? echo $a | grep -bo cat | sed 's/:.*$
 ? Position of a string within a string using Linux shell script?

If I have the text in a shell variable, say $a:a="The cat sat on the mat"How can I search for "cat" and return 4 using a Linux shell script, or -1 if not found? With basha="The cat sat on the mat"b
 ? Get files in bash script that contain an underscore

In a directory with a bunch of files that look like this:./test1_November 08, 2014 AM.flv./test2.flv./script1.sh./script2.shI want to process only files that have an .flv extension and no underscore.
 ? How does nested if/then/elseif work in bash?

How does the syntax work in bash? This is my pseudocode for C style if else statements. For instance:If (condition) then echo "do this stuff"elseif (condition) echo "do this stuff"elseif (con

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