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 bash-2.04$ bash-2.04$
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-The first column, which has all those minus signs, rs, & ws, shows the file permissions. The next column is the number of links to the file.4.The next column is the user who owns the file. The next is the group of the file. Then there'​s the number of bytes in the file. Then the date the file was modified. Then the file's name.+The first column, which has all those minus signs, rs, & ws, shows the file permissions. The next column is the number of links to the file.((The link count is intimately related to the structure of the unix file systemThere'​s no need to worry about it for now.)) ​The next column is the user who owns the file. The next is the group of the file. Then there'​s the number of bytes in the file. Then the date the file was modified. Then the file's name.
  
 Here's an exercise: Type ''​echo *''​ on the command line, like this: Here's an exercise: Type ''​echo *''​ on the command line, like this:
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 The other popular editor on unix is vi. I don't use vi much. Two web sites that discuss it are Mastering the VI editor at the Department of Engineering at the university of Hawaii, and the Vi Lovers Home Page.  The other popular editor on unix is vi. I don't use vi much. Two web sites that discuss it are Mastering the VI editor at the Department of Engineering at the university of Hawaii, and the Vi Lovers Home Page. 
  
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