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The Bash Shell utilizes a structure for commands that can be used with the shell. This article demonstrates how to use command, options and arguments.
Even though you want to remember the preceding rule for certification exam purposes, there are exceptions to it. For example, with the ls utility, you can divide the options so that some appear before the argument, and some appear afterward. You’ll still get the same output as if you had entered the command “correctly”.

ls -a s* -l
 read more | mail this link | score:8042 | -aweber, December 31, 2010
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