What is command line expansion?
It's a question on something I'm working on for my Linux Class. Problem is, I can't seem to find any help on this whatever online or in my book.
We have four options to pick which is command line expanion. However, I can't seem to figure it out.
a. echo Your file was processed on ‘date +%m/%d/%y’
b. echo Your file has been processed
c. echo \;
d. cp file /tmp
Could someone tell me the correct choice, and WHY? I'd like to know what command line expansion means. I'm quite surprised I can't find this anywhere.
ps -> this isn't cheating. It's a take home for a reason. He said to use any resources we want. As I've mentioned, I've looked around quite a bit, but I can't figure it out. Hopefully someone here might be able to clue me in.