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[email feedback] move and copy cheatsheet #1001

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ErinBecker opened this issue Jul 24, 2019 · 3 comments
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[email feedback] move and copy cheatsheet #1001

ErinBecker opened this issue Jul 24, 2019 · 3 comments

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@ErinBecker
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@ErinBecker ErinBecker commented Jul 24, 2019

MoveAndCopyTables.pdf

@gcapes
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@gcapes gcapes commented Jul 28, 2019

There might be room for this somewhere (perhaps in extras) if the information was formatted differently like in markdown or a link to a webpage. I don't think it's accessible enough to include as-is.

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@matty-plumski matty-plumski commented Aug 6, 2019

Hi @gcapes and @ErinBecker , I've made versions of these tables in markdown as per the suggestion above - any thoughts on where best to push these to via a pull request? Think this would make most sense in part 3 of the shell novice lesson (as per OP Fabrizio's suggestion), where an exercise removing one of the table values and having multi-choice answers as to what the missing value should be could be helpful.

I know that lesson is already chocca though. Maybe as a refresher exercise in http://swcarpentry.github.io/shell-extras/03-file-transfer/ or http://swcarpentry.github.io/shell-extras/05-directory-structure/?
mv_table
cp_table

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@gdevenyi gdevenyi commented Aug 20, 2019

I quite like this concise description of how mv and cp work for different arguments/targets.

I think we should try and find a place for this within the lesson, I think its really quite valuable.

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