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Command line is the first thing every developer faces when they start working on a *nix-based system, for example, Linux or macOS. Command line is an extremely powerful and flexible tool that is truly invaluable today. This course covers the basics of Bash — the most popular Unix shell.
Navigating the file systemLearn to move around the file system, list files and quickly go to your home folder.
Manipulating directories and filesLearn how to create files and directories and remove them.
Viewing filesLearn to view files in few different ways, view changes in real time and filter data.
Redirection and pipesExplore the ways to redirect the result of running a command into a file or vice versa. Also, learn about connecting commands with pipes.
Viewing long files with pagersLearn how to view longer files, move through them, search patterns and more.
History and man-pagesQuickly access previous commands and get help.
Making custom commands with aliasesLearn how to create handy shortcuts for commands or combinations of commands.
Environment variablesUnderstand how environment variables work and how to make them useful for you.
Additional resourcesSome materials the Hexlet team have picked up. This will give you a more in-depth understanding of the topic