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print out the contents of the a.txt file, with line numbers. (Hint: the option includes the letter n.)
Hello. Can someone please help me pass this quiz? So, it says this is incorrect:
cat a.txt -n
But that's exactly what works in my local terminal. Thoughts, anyone? Thanks in advance!
oh, they want me to say
cat -n a.txt
...even though sticking the
-n option at the end also works. hmm...okie dokie
Did it and it also worked for me.
Brenda Cardona8,384 Points
It didn't work for me typing just -n. I had to omit -n and just type "a.txt" alone.