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& for background processes : 6.1. Running a Command in the Background
* wildcard
4.3. File and Directory Wildcards
4.4.5.1. rm
. (dot)
. directory : 4.4.2.1. cp
. directory shortcut : 3.1.8.1. ls
.. directory shortcut
3.1.5.2. Relative pathnames up
3.1.8.1. ls
4.4.2.1. cp
in filenames : 4.2. File and Directory Names
> (output redirection operator)
5.1. Standard Input and Standard Output
5.1.1.1. The > operator
>> (output redirection operator) : 5.1.1.2. The >> operator
- (hyphen) for command options : 1.2. Syntax of UNIX Command Lines
< (input redirection operator) : 5.1. Standard Input and Standard Output
? wildcard : 4.3. File and Directory Wildcards
; (semicolon) on command line : 1.2. Syntax of UNIX Command Lines
/ (slash)
in pathnames : 3.1.4. Absolute Pathnames
for root directory
3.1.3. The Directory Tree
3.1.4. Absolute Pathnames
[ ] as wildcards brackets : 4.3. File and Directory Wildcards
| for I/O redirection : 5.1. Standard Input and Standard Output


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