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uom-nilani commented Apr 4, 2018

This is for my instructor training checkout

> When it appears at the front of a file or directory name,
> it refers to the root directory. When it appears *inside* a name,
> it's just a separator.
> When it appears at the very beginning of a file or directory name,

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shwina Apr 10, 2018


The second sentence here was originally OK, I'm not sure how adding parentheses helps it. I support the use of "at the very beginning" over "at the front". However, do you think "as the first character" is more precise?

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uom-nilani Apr 13, 2018


i thought it may be more clear with 'as the first character' but if you think the original wording is fine then please leave it. Thanks.

@@ -11,6 +11,8 @@ objectives:
- "Translate an absolute path into a relative path and vice versa."
- "Construct absolute and relative paths that identify specific files and directories."
- "Demonstrate the use of tab completion, and explain its advantages."
- "How to navigate between directories."
- "How to list the contents of a directory."

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colinmorris Apr 17, 2018


In terms of wording, learning objectives should generally be able to complete the sentence "After this episode, you'll be able to ___________".

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