# How to add variable string in unix

I have string A which has value dynamical comming form database.
I want to add that string + 1 and get the output.

For example:
A=05
I want add this variable +1.
B=\$A+1
and desired outpu should be 05+1= 06.
Output should be 06.

Note I am using ksh script.

Thanks,
Sailaja.
welcome 123

I beleve dc operator can be used.

I am geting the result as 6 I want the result as 06 how we get that.

BD0_MON=05
val=`expr \$BD0_MON + 1`
6
desired output 06
B=\$(echo \$A | awk '{printf "%02d", \$1+1}')

Or like this:

B=\$(awk -v A="\$A" 'BEGIN {printf "%02d", A+1}')

Under bash this works as well:

B=\$(awk '{printf "%02d", \$1+1}' <<<\$A)
If it's for calculating months so that you want 12 + 1 to become 01 try this:

B=\$(echo \$A | awk '{printf "%02d", (\$1+1)%12}')

B=\$(awk '{printf "%02d", (\$1+1)%12}' <<<\$A)  # BASH

B=\$(awk -v A="\$A" 'BEGIN {printf "%02d", (A+1)%12}')
SOLUTION
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Sorry, ozo, my arithmetic skills are indeed quite rusty, but I can't see the difference.

Example "7":

My version: 7 + 1 gives 8. Dividing 8 by 12  gives remainder 8.

Your version: Dividing 7 by 12 gives remainder 7. 7 + 1 gives 8.

Example "12":

My version:  12 + 1 gives 13. Dividing 13 by 12 gives remainder 1.

Your version: Dividing 12 by 12 gives remainder 0. 0 + 1 gives 1.

(m+1)%n = m%n+1

OK, your version saves a pair of parentheses.

Confused:

wmp
Example, "11"
I saw that coming  ...

Thanks for the lesson!

wmp