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Explore the most essential and frequently used Hadoop HDFS commands to perform file operations.
3.5.3 Shell Parameter Expansion. The ‘$’ character introduces parameter expansion, command substitution, or arithmetic expansion.The parameter name or symbol to be expanded may be enclosed in braces, which are optional but serve to protect the variable to be expanded from characters immediately following it which could be interpreted as part of the name.
save () This function saves R objects into files in your filesystem. You will need to provide the lists of objects you want to save and the file you need to write them into. For example, this command saves objects a and b into the ab.RData file: R. 2. 1. save(a, b, file = "ab.RData") 2.
When using non-interactive, non-login shell sessions (for example when a command is launched from a script): /etc/zshenv ~/.zshenv; First zsh configuration. The first time we start an interactive zsh shell session (for example by running zsh in a terminal), if no configuration files exist for our user, the zsh-newuser-install script is launched. It is meant to help us creating our first setup:
Basic Glob Operators These two basic glob operators work in Bash and Zsh: * - Matches any string. ? - Matches any character. For example: > cat fil* > cat file_1 file_2 > cat