Want to know all the commands that have been ran in the current terminal session? Run the command, history to see them. Another trick!http://checkout.midtrans.com/scar-mujer-soltera.php
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Use the "up" and "down" arrows to navigate through previous commands. Want to limit the number of commands it shows?
This command allows us to see the contents of a particular file. We would need to declare the particular file for this command to work. Type in: say "anything here" and your computer will say that. Don't forget the quotes in this command!
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Exit the Terminal and reopen it to see those changes. Definitely go play around with it, navigate through folders, create new ones, and open newly created files up. Or just make your computer say funny things!
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