Suppose my file name is äbc def
When I type in the terminal like
cat ¨abc def¨ it shows error. Can anybody tell me how to print this file that has spaces in between the name.
By ¨abc def¨ do you mean "abc def"?
You can do two things. You can either put a
Or, you can place the file name in single-quote (
If you use tab autocompletion, the first method will automatically be used.
I hope this answers your question.
Normally, to make Ubuntu understand the space you need to use "\" before space.