Tutorial 3

Tutorial 3 - Session 3.1 1. An ASCII file is a simple file...

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Session 3.1 1. An ASCII file is a simple file format in which data is stored as text. 2. The last character is an ASCII text file is a special type of code – an end-of-file code. 3. To send output to another device other than the standard output device (the display device), you can redirect , or change the destination of, that output and, for example, send the output to a file on disk. 4. You can use the output redirection operator to redirect output to a file. 5. To view the contents of and ASCII text file, you use the TYPE command. 6. A filter is a command that can modify the output of another command. 7. The pipe operator redirects the output produced by a command operation so that the output then becomes the input for another command. 8. You can use the input redirection operator to redirect input from a file on disk. 9. You can use the append output redirection operator to redirect output and ass it to the end of an existing file. 10. The standard input device is the keyboard
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course CPT 106 taught by Professor Bulan during the Fall '07 term at MO Valley.

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Tutorial 3 - Session 3.1 1. An ASCII file is a simple file...

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