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Old 02-08-2010, 08:02 AM   #1
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2. The task 1,3 s/\.s// means:
a. At the end of the rules 1 up to and including 3
b. removes the point at the end of the rule 1 and rule 3 removes the points
c. Replace the point at the end of the rules 1 up to and including 3 by \.
d. the task is syntactically incorrect

3. The task 4 means s/^h/H/:
a. Replace first h by a capital letter H
b. Replace in rule 4th first h in a capital letter H
c. Replace in rule 4 at the beginning of the rule the character h by a capital letter H
d. replace in rule four all h by a capital letter H

4. By the task 2 s/ee* /e/ becomes
a. rule 2 a sign shorter
b. Rule 2 two signs shorter
c. Rule 2 celebrates signs shorter
d. Rule 2 remains just as long

5. By the task 4 s/ee*//g
a. rule 4 two signs becomes shorter
b. Rule 4 three signs shorter
c. Rule 4 celebrates signs shorter
d. Rule 4 five signs shorter

6. The task 5 means s/v/V/g
a. Each v from the text by a capital letter V
b. replaces in rule 5th first by a capital letter V
c. replaces the first five v replaces by a capital letter V
d. none of above is correctly

7. The task 7 s/e*1e*/vele/ensures that
a. The pattern veeeeleeee in rule 7 is replaced vvele
b. the pattern veeeeleeee in rule 7 is replaced by a lot of
c. in rule 7 no pattern is recognised and nothing is modified.
d. the task is not correctly syntactically

8. The task 6/^$/d removes
a. the current rule
b. The whole text
c. The empty rule 6
d. Nothing

9. The task g/de/means s/de/een/g
a. The patterns `replace de' by `een'. in the current rule.
b. Replace in rule the 1 two word patterns `de' by `een'
c. The word patterns `replace de' by `een' in the whole text
d. Replace in the next rule in which the zoekpatroon `de' stand, all patterns `de' by `een'

10. The task /Dit/, 3w means traffic-jam:
a. The text block-system novice at the rule with the pattern `Dit' to rule 3 is kept in resistant the `file'
b. the text block-system novice at the rule with the pattern `Dit' up to and including rule 3 is kept in resistant the `file'
c. the text block-system novice after the rule with the pattern `Dit' up to and including rule 3 is kept in resistant the `file'
d. the text block-system novice after the rule with the pattern `Dit' up to and including rule 3 in resistant the `file' kept

11. For the text: *Hallo Mensen* on the display device finished t…. commando:
a. echo * hello people *
b. Echo \ * hello people *
c. Echo `* hello people *
d. Echo `* hello people *

12. The commando considers cat /etc/passwd | /bin....here is cat:
a. the commando
b. The input
c. Part of piping
d. Part of re direction



13. The commando considers cat /etc/passwd | /bin... is | /etc/passwd: a. the commando
b. The input
c. Part of piping
d. Part of re direction

14. The commando considers cat /etc/passwd | /bin... is | /bin/bash:
a. the commando
b. The input
c. Part of piping
d. Part of re direction

?. The commando considers cat /etc/passwd | /bin... is | /bin/bash > users are > users:
a. The commando
b. The input
c. Part of piping
d. Part of re direction


?. the commando considers cat/~/examples/example001.txt
a. This commando shows resistant example.001.txt from root-directory…. examples
b. This commando shows from the current directory resistant to the examp ..... from the sub-directory examples
c. this commando shows from the home directory resistant to the exampl… the sub-directory examples
d. this commando is syntactically incorrect




17. In my directory traffic-jams only stand. How do I get the contents of… fence?
a. cat *.*
b. cat @
c. cat *
d. cat @.@


18. I have Windows-filesysteem on my Unix- machine gemount on the directory /mnt/windows. I go to root-directory of that Windows - the traffic-jam system with the commando cd /mnt/windows. Now I want my documents to the directory. How do I do that?
a. cd my documents
b. cd my \ documents
c. cd my documents
d. cd my \ documents


19. Which commando tone the last 10 rules of resistant the passwd?
a. Tail -10 /etc/passwd
b. Tail +10 /etc/passwd
c. Tal 10/etc/passwd
d. Tal *10/etc/passwd



20. Which file name corresponds to m[ae]eten
a. maten
b. meten
c. maaten
d. meeten
 
Old 02-08-2010, 08:07 AM   #2
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You are supposed to tell what u tried for them ! Its not good to post your homework list for some one else to solve !
 
Old 02-08-2010, 08:29 AM   #3
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