I was told to get all 3 of my files in place, and the best way to do that, in my opinion, is by typing a bunch of nonsense in every file. If you try, you can read this file and see that I'm not really typing anything of use, I'm just typing and filling up lines at 75 characters because that is what was in my instructions. So I guess I should at least tell you something so let's start with me. My name is Caleb Dawson and I'm a junior at VCU and I am studying Info Systems.
This is the second file in the hands on Linux project. Just like the lasts, this file will contain nonsense sentences just to provide the 75 characters limit that was set forth by my professor. I guess this is just to show that I understand how to access and rename and edit files, which I guess is what it'll look like when my professor looks over my work. VCU Basketball is now a 21 seed which is very exciting. Maybe we'll actually make a run in March Madness which will be pretty cool considering we've never been out of the first round since I've gotten to VCU.
This is the final file that I need to put into my terminal for part 1 of the hands on Linux project. Again, most of these sentences are nonsense, I am just trying to show that I am able to type some paragraphs while being inside of the 75 character limit, which I believe that I've done a pretty good job of so far. Some of my command lines go to only 74 characters, but I think that's okay as long as I don't go over the limit. I hope this has been satisfactory in showing that I am able to access, and edit, files in my terminal. Being on a Mac makes this process much easier as it requires no extra software. Thanks for reading!
No lines are longer than 80 characters, TYVM. Other specified properties aren't being scored automatically at this time so this is not necessarily good news...