# Shell script to demonstrate use of Linux getopt command for parsing command options.
# - Built-in getopts can only handle one-character options so getopt command is necessary

# Supporting functions, alphabetized...

# Parse the command line and set variables to control logic
parseCommandLine() {
	# Special case that nothing was provided on the command line so print usage
	# - include this if it is desired to print usage by default
	if [ "$#" -eq 0 ]; then
		exit 0
	# Indicate specification for single character options
	# - 1 colon after an option indicates that an argument is required
	# - 2 colons after an option indicates that an argument is optional, must use -o=argument syntax
	# Indicate specification for long options
	# - 1 colon after an option indicates that an argument is required
	# - 2 colons after an option indicates that an argument is optional, must use --option=argument syntax
	# Parse the options using getopt command
	# - the -- is a separator between getopt options and parameters to be parsed
	# - output is simple space-delimited command line
	# - error message will be printed if unrecognized option or missing parameter but status will be 0
	# - if an optional argument is not specified, output will include empty string ''
	GETOPT_OUT=$(getopt --options $optstring --longoptions $optstringLong -- "$@")
	if [ $exitCode -ne 0 ]; then
		echo ""
		exit 1
	# The following constructs the command by concatenating arguments
	# - the $1, $2, etc. variables are set as if typed on the command line
	# - special cases like --option=value and missing optional arguments are generically handled
	#   as separate parameters so shift can be done below
	eval set -- "$GETOPT_OUT"
	# Loop over the options
	# - the error handling will catch cases were argument is missing
	# - shift over the known number of options/arguments
	while true; do
		#echo "Command line option is $opt"
		case "$1" in
			-h|--help) # -h or --help  Print usage
				exit 0
			-i|--input-file) # -i inputFile or --input-file inputFile  Specify the input file
				# Input file must be specified so $2 can be used
				shift 2
			-o|--output-file) # -o outputFile or --output-file outputFile  Specify the output file
				case "$2" in
					"")  # No output file so use default (check elsewhere)
						shift 2  # Because output file is an empty string $2=''
					*) # Output file has been specified so use it
						shift 2  # Because output file is $2
			-v|--version) # -v or --version  Print the version
				exit 0
			--) # No more arguments
			*) # Unknown option - will never get here because getopt catches up front
				echo ""
				echo "Invalid option $1." >&2
				exit 1
	# Get a list of all command line options that do not correspond to dash options.
	# - These are "non-option" arguments.
	# - For example, one or more file or folder names that need to be processed.
	# - If multiple values, they will be delimited by spaces.
	# - Command line * will result in expansion to matching files and folders.
	shift $((OPTIND-1))

# Print the program usage
# - calling code needs to exit with the appropriate status
printUsage() {
	echo ""
	echo "$program [options] other-vals"
	echo ""
	echo "Example of how to use built-in getopts."
	echo "Options are:"
	echo ""
	echo "-h                          Print help."
	echo "--help"
	echo "-i inputFile                Specify the input file."
	echo "--input-file inputFile"
	echo "-o outputFile               Specify the output file (default is standard output)."
	echo "--output-file [outputFile]"
	echo "-v                          Print version."
	echo "--version"
	echo ""

# Print the program version
# - calling code needs to exit with the appropriate status
printVersion() {
	echo ""
	echo "$program version:  $version $versionDate"
	echo ""

# Main entry point into shell
program=$(basename $0)

# Initialize variables

# Parse the command line options
# - pass all arguments to the function
parseCommandLine "$@"

# Print input and output file
echo "Input file:   $inputFile"
echo "Output file:  $outputFile"
echo "Additional options:  $additionalOpts"

exit 0
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