Bash language missing features

Unix-based computers have long used Bash, or Bourne Again SHell. It automates tasks and manages operations with many sophisticated capabilities. It lacks some obvious features compared to other computer languages. If you don’t have arrays and associative arrays, it can slow you down and force you to adopt inefficient alternatives. Complex software development is difficult without built-in object-oriented programming capabilities. Bash is useful for automating systems, running scripts, and managing operations despite its poor error handling. Its portability, ease of usage, and compatibility with the Unix shell make it a formidable opponent. Combining Bash with Python or Perl can enable more complex or feature-rich scripting.