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Solutions to test 1

Linux Commands

  1. ls
  2. ls -a
    names for hidden files start with the "."
  3. ls -l
  4. pwd
  5. "." is the current working directory
    ".." is its parent directory (one level lower)
  6. cp ~/Downloads/yesterday.txt .
  7. grep yesterday yesterday.txt
    if you want to be case insensitive, use the -i option to grep

C programming

1) I have uploaded the program named myascii to this page:


This means you can easily pick it up and try for yourself.
In any case, here is the result:


2) same as above, here is the code:


and the result:


-- Uli Raich - 2017-10-24


Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
Unknown file formatgz ascii.tar.gz r1 manage 0.3 K 2017-10-24 - 09:38 UnknownUser  
Unknown file formatgz cl.tar.gz r1 manage 2.8 K 2017-10-24 - 09:45 UnknownUser  
PNGpng clRes.png r1 manage 13.2 K 2017-10-24 - 09:45 UnknownUser  
PNGpng myasciiRes.png r1 manage 1.4 K 2017-10-24 - 09:38 UnknownUser  
Topic revision: r1 - 2017-10-24 - uli
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