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Organizing for 2024 at the command line

Yes, you can use the power of the command line to help you to get ready for 2024. What I wanted was to make a file with all of the months in a few places (My overall schedule, Bills and Financial and such). I did it with one command! Let me walk you through it.

Months of the year


Here are the steps:

    • I went into my home directory and then into Documents.
    • I made a new directory named 2024
    • Here is the “magic command” to create directories for all the months at once
    • With a simple ls command we can see that all the moth directories are all there!
    • I can copy the 2024 directory anywhere I need it.

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I found a great site that helps break down complex commands like the ones I use that you will love – Explain Shell

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Updated on April 19, 2024