ls : list the files
touch :- to create the file system.
cat :- to view the content of the file
vi :- to edit/add the content in file.
Below you can see how you can list the files,create file "redhat" and add content as "this is redhat file " and how can you cat redhat file.
Please see below for some more ls commands with examples :-
|ls||List the Files / directories|
|ls –a||List All files and directories including hidden Files|
|ls -l||List All information about files/directories|
|ls –ld||List Directory Information|
|ls -lt||List Last Modified Time Using|
|ls –r||List files with reverse order|
|ls –ltr||Order Files Based on Last Modified Time (In Reverse Order) Using|
|ls –R||List Files Recursively Using|
|ls –lh||List files in KB, MB, etc|
|ls –m||LIst files with comma separation|
|ls –i||Display File inode Number Using|
|ls –q||Hide Control Characters Using|
|ls –n||Display File UID and GID Using|
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