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Development => Scripting and Bash => Topic started by: bitsnpcs on February 01, 2018, 01:05:53 PM

Title: case sensitivity
Post by: bitsnpcs on February 01, 2018, 01:05:53 PM
Hold down Ctrl and Alt and press t (Ctrl Alt +t)

Copy/paste or type in to your terminal -
Enter your password when asked.

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sudo apt-get install sl
Once installed whenever you type in your terminal

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A Steam Locomotive train will drive, right to left, across your terminal, then return you back to your prompt/work.

Coz reverse stuff can be fun, you can also type in uppercase -

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For the same result  :)


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in lower case doesn't display the locomotive train, but instead lists the contents of the directory, it is a good way for learning the importance of upper and lower case in Linux, and how they are not the same thing.