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  1. (of a person) pull or drag with effort or force.
  2. (of a vehicle) pull (an attached trailer or carriage) behind it.
Answer

haul

/hɔːl/

verb

gerund or present participle: hauling


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What does the command do ?

himanshu@himanshu:~/Downloads/HTF-review$ pushd /home/himanshu/Desktop/

Answer

himanshu@himanshu:~/Downloads/HTF-review$ pushd /home/himanshu/Desktop/

Wenn dieser Befehl ausgeführrt wird, wird das aktuelle Verzeichnis – /home/himanshu/Downloads/HTF-review/ – auf dem Verzeichnisstapel gespeichert und das Verzeichnis /home/himanshu/Desktop wird zu Ihrem neuen Arbeitsverzeichnis.


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Linux pushd und popd Befehl (3 Beispiele) - HowtoForge
ein anderes Verzeichnis wechseln, aber auch, dass sich das System dein aktuelles Verzeichnis ‚a‘ merkt. Dann ist hier, wo der pushd-Befehl hilfreich sein kann. Siehe z.B. das folgende Beispiel: <span>himanshu@himanshu:~/Downloads/HTF-review$ pushd /home/himanshu/Desktop/ Wenn dieser Befehl ausgeführt wird, wird das aktuelle Verzeichnis – /home/himanshu/Downloads/HTF-review/ – auf dem Verzeichnisstapel gespeichert und das Verzeichnis /home/himanshu/Desk







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Q2. Wie benutze ich popd?
Answer

Im Gegensatz zu pushd müssen Sie keine Eingaben an popd übergeben. Hier ist, wie man es benutzt:

popd

Wenn dieser Befehl ausgeführt wird, wird das Verzeichnis, das sich derzeit oben im Stapel befindet, ausgewählt und zu Ihrem aktuellen Arbeitsverzeichnis gemacht.


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Linux pushd und popd Befehl (3 Beispiele) - HowtoForge
/home/himanshu/Desktop wird zu Ihrem neuen Arbeitsverzeichnis. Die durch den Befehl pushd erzeugte Ausgabe ist nichts anderes als der aktuelle Inhalt, der im Verzeichnisstapel gespeichert ist. <span>Q2. Wie benutze ich popd? Im Gegensatz zu pushd müssen Sie keine Eingaben an popd übergeben. Hier ist, wie man es benutzt: popd Wenn dieser Befehl ausgeführt wird, wird das Verzeichnis, das sich derzeit oben im Stapel befindet, ausgewählt und zu Ihrem aktuellen Arbeitsverzeichnis gemacht. Hier ist ein Beispiel: So können Sie sehen, dass das Verzeichnis /home/himanshu/Downloads/HTF-Review zum aktuellen Arbeitsverzeichnis des Benutzers wurde. Q3. Wie kann man den Verzeich







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Parameter "$0" ?
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Contains the name, or the path, of the script. This is not always reliable.


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BashGuide/Parameters - Greg's Wiki
e replaced with the content of that variable, which in my case is lhunath. I think you've got the drift now. Here's a summary of most of the Special Parameters: Parameter Name Usage Description <span>0 "$0" Contains the name, or the path, of the script. This is not always reliable. 1 2 etc. "$1" etc. Positional Parameters contain the arguments that were passed to the current script or function. * "$*" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Doub







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Parameter "$1" etc. ?
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Positional Parameters contain the arguments that were passed to the current script or function.

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BashGuide/Parameters - Greg's Wiki
you've got the drift now. Here's a summary of most of the Special Parameters: Parameter Name Usage Description 0 "$0" Contains the name, or the path, of the script. This is not always reliable. <span>1 2 etc. "$1" etc. Positional Parameters contain the arguments that were passed to the current script or function. * "$*" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a single string containing them all, separated by the first character of the IFS variable







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Parameter "$*"
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Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a single string containing them all, separated by the first character of the IFS variable (discussed later).

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BashGuide/Parameters - Greg's Wiki
Contains the name, or the path, of the script. This is not always reliable. 1 2 etc. "$1" etc. Positional Parameters contain the arguments that were passed to the current script or function. * <span>"$*" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a single string containing them all, separated by the first character of the IFS variable (discussed later). @ "$@" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a list of them all as individual words. # $# Expands to the number of positional parameter







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Parameter "$@"
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Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a list of them all as individual words.

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ds to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a single string containing them all, separated by the first character of the IFS variable (discussed later). @ <span>"$@" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a list of them all as individual words. # $# Expands to the number of positional parameters that are currently set. ? $? Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command. $ $$ Expands to the PID (pro







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Parameter $# ?
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Expands to the number of positional parameters that are currently set.

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e first character of the IFS variable (discussed later). @ "$@" Expands to all the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a list of them all as individual words. # <span>$# Expands to the number of positional parameters that are currently set. ? $? Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command. $ $$ Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell. ! $! Expands to the PID of the command







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Parameter $?
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Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command.

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ll the words of all the positional parameters. Double quoted, it expands to a list of them all as individual words. # $# Expands to the number of positional parameters that are currently set. ? <span>$? Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command. $ $$ Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell. ! $! Expands to the PID of the command most recently executed in the background. _ "$_" Expands to the last argument of







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Parameter $! ?
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Expands to the PID of the command most recently executed in the background.

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ositional parameters that are currently set. ? $? Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command. $ $$ Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell. ! <span>$! Expands to the PID of the command most recently executed in the background. _ "$_" Expands to the last argument of the last command that was executed. And here are a few examples of Variables that the shell provides for you: BASH_VERSION: Contains a string desc







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Parameter "$_" ?
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Expands to the last argument of the last command that was executed.


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most recently completed foreground command. $ $$ Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell. ! $! Expands to the PID of the command most recently executed in the background. _ <span>"$_" Expands to the last argument of the last command that was executed. And here are a few examples of Variables that the shell provides for you: BASH_VERSION: Contains a string describing the version of Bash. HOSTNAME: Contains the hostname of your compute







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Parameter $$ ?
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Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell.

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t of them all as individual words. # $# Expands to the number of positional parameters that are currently set. ? $? Expands to the exit code of the most recently completed foreground command. $ <span>$$ Expands to the PID (process ID number) of the current shell. ! $! Expands to the PID of the command most recently executed in the background. _ "$_" Expands to the last argument of the last command that was executed. And here are a few examples o







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ooooh
Answer
the answer is two

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Researchers from six organizations followed a common protocol using data from administrative claims and electronic health records to assess real-world end points, including overall survival (rwOS), time to next treatment, time to treatment discontinuation (rwTTD), time to progression, and progression- free survival, among patients with advanced non–small-cell lung cancer treated with programmed death 1/programmed death-ligand 1 inhibitors in real-world settings.
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Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer mortality in men and women in the U.S. and worldwide.
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About 90% of lung cancer cases are caused by smoking and the use of tobacco products.
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About [...] of lung cancer cases are caused by smoking and the use of tobacco products.
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90%

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About 90% of lung cancer cases are caused by smoking and the use of tobacco products.

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About 90% of lung cancer cases are caused by [...]
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smoking and the use of tobacco products.

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Lung cancer is divided into two broad histologic classes, which grow and spread differently: small-cell lung carcinomas (SCLC) and non-small cell lung carcinomas (NSCLC).
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Treatment options for lung cancer include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy.
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Lung cancer is highly heterogeneous that can arise in many different sites in the bronchial tree, therefore presenting highly variable symptoms and signs depending on its anatomic location.
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The individual susceptibility to tobacco-induced lung cancer may be dependent on competitive gene–enzyme interactions that affect activation or detoxification of procarcinogens and levels of DNA adduct formation as well as determined by the integrity of endogenous mechanisms for repairing lesions in DNA.
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Cancer staging is a critical step in the diagnosis process, and its objectives are multifarious including 1) Helping the clinician to recommend a treatment plan; 2) Giving some indication of prognosis; 3) Aiding in the evaluation of the results of treatment; 4) Facilitating the exchange of information between treatment centers; 5) Contributing to the continuing investigation of human cancer
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Lung cancer cells have defects in the regulatory circuits that govern normal cell proliferation and homeostasis
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The knowledge of both a patient’s tumor characteristics and genetics will significantly advance the personalized prognosis and ideal treatment selection for each patient
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