the structure of the bash “if” command is the following,: the word “if “then we have double square brackets (for text condition), then “;” and then the word “then“, after that we have the code that we want to execute if the condition is true, and eventually we close the if with the word “fi” (reverse order of the word “if”).
For example if want to run code only if we got “run” as the first param to the script:
if [[ $1 = "run" ]]; then echo "ruining code" fi
this will print “running code” only if the first param is “run”.
if we want t have a numerical condition then we use double round brackets.
In such case there is no need for the $ sign before the name of the variable.
For example if we want to check if $number is bigger than 10:
if (( number > 10 )); then echo "the number variable is larger than 20" fi