|Que.||In Unix, how do you check that two given strings a and b are equal?|
|a.||test $a -eq $b|
|b.||test $a -equal $b|
|c.||test $a = $b|
|d.||both a and c|
|Answer:both a and c|
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a. $? i. File name of the current script
b. $# ii. List of arguments
c. $0 iii. The number of arguments
d. $* iv. Exit status of last command
a b c d
I. A mode of 641 (octal) means that the owner can read and write the file, other members of the owner’s group can read it, and users can execute only.
II. A mode of 100 (octal) allows the owner to execute the file, but prohibits all other access.
Which of the following options is correct with reference to above statements?