In this exercise, you will use  ANY (Windows OR Linux OR Mac)  command-line interface to create directories and files and organize them

In this exercise, you will use 
ANY (Windows OR Linux OR Mac) 
command-line interface to create directories and files and organize them according to the following instructions. In a new folder which you will create, you are going to create a directory structure as shown below. The names in bold letters are folder names. The names with bold, italic and underline mean they are the top-level folders, the names with bold and italic mean they are sub-folders, the names just in bold means they are sub-sub-folders and the remaining names are files made by application programs.
Replace the “xx” in each name with your initials in capital letters.

File Map

       Folders                                             Sub-folders                                     Sub-sub-folders



Personal-xx


Finance_xx

 

letter_to_friend_xx.docx

book1_xx.xls

 

letter_to_me_xx.docx

personal_finance_xx.xlsx

 



Travel-xx

 

 

southwest_air_xx.html

 

 



Recipes-xx


Images_xx

 

my recipe1_xx.docx

dish_picture1_xx.jpg

 

my recipe2_xx.docx

fruit salad_xx.jpg

 



Restaurant-xx


EmployeeManagement_xx

Resumes_xx-

employees_xx.txt

 

resume_xx.docx



Finance-xx

 

 

finance_xx.xlsx

 

 

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BEFORE any command, type the command “date” so that I can confirm the time you did the work. Make sure the result of the “date” command shows in your screen captures.

· Using the command-line interface, create a folder named  

Exam_
YourFirstName_YourLastName 
(type your real name) on your desktop, in your home “home” directory, or anywhere you can find it.

· Create a document (Word or LibreOffice or Google Docs) named “Snapshots_YourName.docx” on the computer you are using to take the test (your host computer). You will document all screen captures in this document and submit it under this question.

· Create directories and folders as described in the table above. Take a screenshot of 
ALL your commands and the outputs and save it in the “Snapshots_YourName.docx
” document you created earlier.

· Use the “
cd” command to log in 
each and every directory you created 
according to the table (10 in total) to display its contend, 
each element on a line, with details. Take a screenshot of your commands (including “cd”) and the outputs and save it in the “Snapshots” folder you created earlier.

· Display a “tree” structure of the main directory 

Exam_
YourFirstName_YourLastName 
and take a screen capture.

· Submit the “Snapshots_YourName.docx” document under this question.

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