a. The file will be saved.
b. The program will exit.
c. The file will be saved and the program will exit.
d. The file will be saved.
a. It is highly extensible
b. Modal design
c. Guaranteed to be on every installation of Unix or Linux
d. Can run on almost any platform
b. Can run on almost any platform
a. eval rm=”rm -i”
b. echo rm=”rm -i”
c. source rm=”rm -i”
d. alias rm=”rm -i”
while true; do
echo “Jake is a cylon”
a. Every five seconds, the
b. After the echocommand prints “Jake is a cylon” to the screen five times, the script will exit
c. The echo command will print “Jake is a cylon” to the screen five times every second
d. Since the while loop is always true, the code inside the loop will never be executed, so the script will just exit