1. Explain the concept of redirection. Illustrate your answer with an example of a situation where
redirection would be useful.
2. What purpose do arguments serve in a batch file or shell script?
3. Discuss the advantages that result from the client-server architecture of the X Window system.
4. The designers of the UNIX operating system describe the ideal shell command language as one that is made up of a large set of simple commands, each designed to perform one specialised task well. They also provided various means to combine these simple commands to form more powerful commands.
Answer 1) Redirection is a feature in Linux such that when executing a command, you can change the standard input/output... View the full answer