# Question #!/bin/bash # Author: Ken Isaacs # Program name: copy # Date created: March 13, 2022 # Date modified: # Problem: #       copy a file # Solution: #1. determine what source file we need to copy #2. find the source file #3. if source file does not exist, ???? #4. if yes, determine what the destination file is #5. Does the destination file exist? #6. if yes, ???? #7. open the source file #8. open the destination file #9. transfer data from source to destination #10. close the source file #11. close the destination file #TODO: provide user help   #1. determine what source file we need to copy #TODO: what about multiple files?? #TODO: what about directories and other types of files? clear echo -n "Enter the source file name: " read sourc   #1a. check if the user input is valid #2. find the source file #3. if source file does not exist, present the user #+ with another chance????   #4. if yes, determine what the destination file is echo -n "Enter the destination file name: " read destin   #5. Does the destination file exist? #6. if yes, ????   #7-10 open, transfer data, close files cp $sourc$destin echo "copies $source to$destin" echo "contents of $destin is:" cat$destin   (Please send me screenshot of whole script) Start with in-class Problem \#1. Complete the script to copy a file. In addition to prompting for the file name, as a last step, allow the user of your script to be able to put the source file as parameter 1 and the destination file as parameter 2 on the command line. Post the completed bash script here so that I can test it.

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#!/bin/bash

# Author: Ken Isaacs

# Program name: copy

# Date created: March 13, 2022

# Date modified:

# Problem:

#       copy a file

# Solution:

#1. determine what source file we need to copy

#2. find the source file

#3. if source file does not exist, ????

#4. if yes, determine what the destination file is

#5. Does the destination file exist?

#6. if yes, ????

#7. open the source file

#8. open the destination file

#9. transfer data from source to destination

#10. close the source file

#11. close the destination file

#TODO: provide user help

#1. determine what source file we need to copy

#TODO: what about multiple files??

#TODO: what about directories and other types of files?

clear

echo -n "Enter the source file name: "

#1a. check if the user input is valid

#2. find the source file

#3. if source file does not exist, present the user

#+ with another chance????

#4. if yes, determine what the destination file is

echo -n "Enter the destination file name: "

#5. Does the destination file exist?

#6. if yes, ????

#7-10 open, transfer data, close files

cp $sourc$destin

echo "copies $source to$destin"

echo "contents of $destin is:" cat$destin

(Please send me screenshot of whole script)

Transcribed Image Text: Start with in-class Problem \#1. Complete the script to copy a file. In addition to prompting for the file name, as a last step, allow the user of your script to be able to put the source file as parameter 1 and the destination file as parameter 2 on the command line. Post the completed bash script here so that I can test it.
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Transcribed Image Text: Start with in-class Problem \#1. Complete the script to copy a file. In addition to prompting for the file name, as a last step, allow the user of your script to be able to put the source file as parameter 1 and the destination file as parameter 2 on the command line. Post the completed bash script here so that I can test it.
&#12304;General guidance&#12305;The answer provided below has been developed in a clear step by step manner.Step1/1General Guidance:-$$\mathrm{\star}$$The answer provided below has been developed in a clear step by step manner.#!/bin/bashif [ $# -eq 0 ]; then echo "Enter the name of the source file: " read source_file echo "Enter the name of the destination file: " read dest_fileelse source_file=$1 dest_file=$2fiif [ ! -f "$source_file" ]; then echo "Error: File '\$source_file' not ... See the full answer