将参数传递给 Bash 函数

myBackupFunction("..", "...", "xx")

function myBackupFunction($directory, $options, $rootPassword) {
     ...
}

答案

function function_name {
   command...
}
function_name () {
   command...
}
function_name "$arg1" "$arg2"
function_name () {
   echo "Parameter #1 is $1"
}
#!/usr/bin/env sh

foo 1  # this will fail because foo has not been declared yet.

foo() {
    echo "Parameter #1 is $1"
}

foo 2 # this will work.
./myScript.sh: line 2: foo: command not found
Parameter #1 is 2
# bash style declaration for all you PHP/JavaScript junkies. :-)
# $1 is the directory to archive
# $2 is the name of the tar and zipped file when all is done.
function backupWebRoot ()
{
    tar -cvf - $1 | zip -n .jpg:.gif:.png $2 - 2>> $errorlog &&
        echo -e "\nTarball created!\n"
}


# sh style declaration for the purist in you. ;-)
# $1 is the directory to archive
# $2 is the name of the tar and zipped file when all is done.
backupWebRoot ()
{
    tar -cvf - $1 | zip -n .jpg:.gif:.png $2 - 2>> $errorlog &&
        echo -e "\nTarball created!\n"
}


#In the actual shell script
#$0               $1            $2

backupWebRoot ~/public/www/ webSite.tar.zip
function example { args : string firstName , string lastName , integer age } {
  echo "My name is ${firstName} ${lastName} and I am ${age} years old."
}
function example {
  args
    : @required string firstName
    : string lastName
    : integer age
    : string[] ...favoriteHobbies

  echo "My name is ${firstName} ${lastName} and I am ${age} years old."
  echo "My favorite hobbies include: ${favoriteHobbies[*]}"
}
shopt -s expand_aliases

function assignTrap {
  local evalString
  local -i paramIndex=${__paramIndex-0}
  local initialCommand="${1-}"

  if [[ "$initialCommand" != ":" ]]
  then
    echo "trap - DEBUG; eval \"${__previousTrap}\"; unset __previousTrap; unset __paramIndex;"
    return
  fi

  while [[ "${1-}" == "," || "${1-}" == "${initialCommand}" ]] || [[ "${#@}" -gt 0 && "$paramIndex" -eq 0 ]]
  do
    shift # first colon ":" or next parameter's comma ","
    paramIndex+=1
    local -a decorators=()
    while [[ "${1-}" == "@"* ]]
    do
      decorators+=( "$1" )
      shift
    done

    local declaration=
    local wrapLeft='"'
    local wrapRight='"'
    local nextType="$1"
    local length=1

    case ${nextType} in
      string | boolean) declaration="local " ;;
      integer) declaration="local -i" ;;
      reference) declaration="local -n" ;;
      arrayDeclaration) declaration="local -a"; wrapLeft= ; wrapRight= ;;
      assocDeclaration) declaration="local -A"; wrapLeft= ; wrapRight= ;;
      "string["*"]") declaration="local -a"; length="${nextType//[a-z\[\]]}" ;;
      "integer["*"]") declaration="local -ai"; length="${nextType//[a-z\[\]]}" ;;
    esac

    if [[ "${declaration}" != "" ]]
    then
      shift
      local nextName="$1"

      for decorator in "${decorators[@]}"
      do
        case ${decorator} in
          @readonly) declaration+="r" ;;
          @required) evalString+="[[ ! -z \$${paramIndex} ]] || echo \"Parameter '$nextName' ($nextType) is marked as required by '${FUNCNAME[1]}' function.\"; " >&2 ;;
          @global) declaration+="g" ;;
        esac
      done

      local paramRange="$paramIndex"

      if [[ -z "$length" ]]
      then
        # ...rest
        paramRange="{@:$paramIndex}"
        # trim leading ...
        nextName="${nextName//\./}"
        if [[ "${#@}" -gt 1 ]]
        then
          echo "Unexpected arguments after a rest array ($nextName) in '${FUNCNAME[1]}' function." >&2
        fi
      elif [[ "$length" -gt 1 ]]
      then
        paramRange="{@:$paramIndex:$length}"
        paramIndex+=$((length - 1))
      fi

      evalString+="${declaration} ${nextName}=${wrapLeft}\$${paramRange}${wrapRight}; "

      # continue to the next param:
      shift
    fi
  done
  echo "${evalString} local -i __paramIndex=${paramIndex};"
}

alias args='local __previousTrap=$(trap -p DEBUG); trap "eval \"\$(assignTrap \$BASH_COMMAND)\";" DEBUG;'
myBackupFunction ".." "..." "xx"
function myBackupFunction() {
   # here $1 is the first parameter, $2 the second etc.
}
#!/bin/bash

read -p "Enter the first  value: " x
read -p "Enter the second value: " y

add(){
    arg1=$1 #arg1 gets to be the first  assigned argument (note there are no spaces)
    arg2=$2 #arg2 gets to be the second assigned argument (note there are no spaces)

    echo $(($arg1 + $arg2))
}

add x y #feeding the arguments
#!/bin/bash
echo "parameterized function example"
function print_param_value(){
    value1="${1}" # $1 represent first argument
    value2="${2}" # $2 represent second argument
    echo "param 1 is  ${value1}" #as string
    echo "param 2 is ${value2}"
    sum=$(($value1+$value2)) #process them as number
    echo "The sum of two value is ${sum}"
}
print_param_value "6" "4" #space sparted value
#you can also pass paramter durign executing script
print_param_value "$1" "$2" #parameter $1 and $2 during executing

#suppose our script name is param_example
# call like this 
# ./param_example 5 5
# now the param will be $1=5 and $2=5
#!/bin/bash
function myBackupFunction(){ # directory options destination filename
local directory="$1" options="$2" destination="$3" filename="$4";
  echo "tar cz ${!options} ${!directory} | ssh root@backupserver \"cat > /mnt/${!destination}/${!filename}.tgz\"";
}

declare -A backup=([directory]=".." [options]="..." [destination]="backups" [filename]="backup" );

myBackupFunction backup[directory] backup[options] backup[destination] backup[filename];