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Question
In Linux, what is keyboard shortcut to move forward for list of old commands you typed in (in case you went too far back)?
Answer
arrow down


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2. Computing Sub-basics
rd one character (). Alt-f Move forward one word. Alt-b Move backward one word. Alt-Ctrl-f Erase forward one word. Alt-Ctrl-b Erase backward one word. Ctrl-p Previous command (up arrow). Ctrl-n <span>Next command (down arrow). Note that the prefixes Alt for , Ctrl for , and Shift for , mean to hold the key down through the pressing and releasing of the letter key. These are known as key modifiers. Note also,







Flashcard 3413518716172

Question
In Linux, if you have a command summary/synopsis of following fomat (for example from man pages or from --help of command):
cp [OPTION]... [-T] SOURCE DEST
what does the [] symbolize?
Answer
optional argument


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4. Basic Commands
g me to ask why typing in literal, < , i , o , p , o , r , t and > characters did not work will get a rude reply.] These are common conventions used to specify the usage of a command. The <span>[ and ] brackets are also not actually typed but mean that the contents between them are optional. The ellipses ... mean that <file> can be given repeatedly, and these also are never actu







Flashcard 3413521861900

Question
In Linux, if you have a command summary/synopsis of following fomat (for example from man pages or from --help of command):
cp [OPTION]... [-T] SOURCE DEST
what does the "..." symbolize?
Answer
means "one or more"


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4. Basic Commands
reply.] These are common conventions used to specify the usage of a command. The [ and ] brackets are also not actually typed but mean that the contents between them are optional. The ellipses <span>... mean that <file> can be given repeatedly, and these also are never actually typed. From now on you will be expected to substitute your own parameters by interpreting the usage sum







Yet, free speech texts and free speech theorists pay scant attention to the ways that cyberlaw configures the principal mechanism for exercising free speech rights today—communication online.

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Flashcard 3413750713612

Question
When civic engagement is increasingly mediated online, the law regulating cyberspace becomes the law regulating speech.
Answer
[default - edit me]


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