The ‘which’ command is great for finding where a program that exists in the user’s path is located.
To use it, type the following in a terminal:
What prints out on the next line is the first location found where that program is installed.
There are options available, see below:
What is the wc command in Unix-like operating systems?
Have you ever had the need to count the words in a text?
If you’re like me, you’ve probably used an online word counting tool, like the one found here.
But who likes copying and pasting to a website when you have such great tooling available via terminal?
Check out the wc command. Usage: wc [-clmw] [file …]
Here is an example:
See below for more usage options: