Bash If statement with AND Operator
You can use AND logical operator to join two boolean expressions in the condition of an If statement in Bash scripting.
The syntax to join two simple conditions (boolean expressions) with AND operator in If statement’s condition is
if [ condition_1 ] && [ condition_2 ]; then statement(s) fi
Reference Bash If Statement.
In the following script, we check if given number is greater than 10 and even number. Here we have two conditions, and we join these two conditions using AND logical operator.
#! /bin/bash num=14 if [ $num -gt 10 ] && [ $((num%2)) -eq 0 ]; then echo "Number is greater than 10 and even." fi
sh-3.2# ./example.sh Number is greater than 10 and even.
In this Bash Tutorial, we learned how to use AND logical operator in If statement, with the help of syntax and examples.