Sometimes I have to put text on a path

Friday, March 27, 2015 Mac OSX List Unix commands

Terminal ( is the terminal emulator included in the OS X operating system by Apple.
As a terminal emulator, the application provides text-based access to the operating system (or server) , in contrast to the mostly graphical nature of the user experience of OS X, by providing a command line interface to the operating system when used in conjunction with a Unix shell, such as bash.
Now with OSX 10.9.1, version of Terminal = 2.4

The preferences dialog for in OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) offers choices for values of the TERMenvironment variable
Available options are ansidttermnstermrxvtvt52vt100vt102xtermxterm-16color andxterm-256color, which differ from the OS X 10.5 (Leopard) choices by dropping the xterm-color and adding xterm-16color and xterm-256color
These settings do not alter the operation of Terminal, and the xterm settings do not match the behavior of xterm.
Terminal includes several features that specifically access OS X APIs and features. These include the ability to use the standard OS X Help search function to find manual pages and integration with Spotlight

List Unix commands
gives "ls" with all options

By alphabetical orders:

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