You're going to do some more setup for this one so you get used to making files in one program and then accessing them from the command line. With the same text editor from Exercise 12, create another file named ex13.txt but this time save it directly to your temp directory.
Remember that when I say [displays file here] I'm abbreviating the output of that command so I don't have to show you exactly everything.
Do you like my poem? Totally going to win a Nobel. Anyway, you already know the first command, and I'm just having you check that your file is there. Then you cat the file to the screen. This command just spews the whole file to the screen with no paging or stopping. To demonstrate that, I have you do this to the ex12.txt which should just spew a bunch of lines from that exercise.
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