There are many commands that are available to Linux users as they progressed to learning how to program. Some of these commands may be familiar to you while others can be a new surprise. Streamlining tasks in the command line to make your life will be easier for programming and file navigation.
The quick command can trace its roots back to the early days of UNIX and Linux. It allows the search function within a file to find a specific word that a user is looking. In short operates on the same premise as the F3 key looking through text Windows, but does this with and the command line.
This command is a fairly easy and simple command called list or LS for short. This command not only shows that the files are present but also their status involving read and write configuration. Industry for to see what permissions are available and if they need to be alter in any case. The command has a few options of longform and short form. Other options involve distinguishing when they were altered or changes being made to it.
CD or changed directory command inside of UNIX/Linux is another foundation command that is used often within the command line. It is necessary to move in between different dictionaries that are within a folder or different location within the computer operating system. the command implies what it does. It is straightforward and it is good way to help navigate between folders as you are conducting other operations and command things.
As we have learned in this class over the following weeks we have also come across the most basic command to help us start the process. The make dictionary command helps us from our studies and conduct our test functions when doing labs for class. It makes dictionaries and allows us to name them.
The MV command or move command can be used in a variety of ways to position dictionaries and files in various locations. An individual can migrate a file or dictionary from one location of a sub-folder into another. With the advent of the GUI that is used by Linux You can move a dictionary to the desktop with this simple command.