I run a lot of make files at work .. but I never pay attention to how they process stuff just what they do.
Seeing as I have a lot of free time I decided to check out the basic stuff on how this language works.
Below is a very simple script that takes 2 integers as parameters, and checks whether both have equal value or not. If they do, just print a message saying “etc is equal to etc2”, if not then “etc is not equal to etc2”
#!/bin/sh test_val_one="$1" test_val_two="$2" if [ $test_val_two -eq $test_val_one ] then echo $test_val_one 'は' $test_val_two 'と同じ値' else echo $test_val_one 'は' $test_val_two 'と違う値' fi