absolute filename

Any filename that begins with a leading slash (/); these always uniquely describe a single file in the file system.

access permission

The set of accesses (read, write, and execute) allowed for each of the three classes of users (owner, group, and everyone else) for each file or directory on the system.

account name

This is the official one-word name by which the UNIX system knows you: mine is taylor. (See also account in Hour 1.)

account

This is the official one-word name by which the UNIX system knows you. Mine is taylor.

addressing commands

The set of vi commands that enable you to specify what type of object you want to work with. The d commands serve as an example: dw means delete word, and db means delete the previous ...

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