I am new to UNIX.
I want to clarify one thing--
an eg is given as-- $ file monday reports
and the book states monday : text file
reports : directory.. How can we know tht its a text file?and directory?
and same as another $ file calc.c proj newdata
here calc.c is C prog and proj - executable file and newdata is empty file.
So how to classify them ..On what basis are they classified?..
like ahoffmann wrote the file works as following (sources for BSD and Linux implementation are pretty clear and will tell how specifically it works on your system if you are using open source version).
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