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Answer / jatanig
For user both command and utility are same . For the
operating system command is the executable which is placed
under the /bin directory or the PATH environment variable
and utility is the name of the program which is called from
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Answer / p.ashwini
both the command and utility are give the same priority but
to give the diff between them we have only a major diff and
utilites in unix will say how the commands are been
command will come under the utilites
they are mainly 5 utilies in unix operating system and they
1.file processing utilites
2.disk processing utilites
5.text processing utilites
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Answer / chandra
If both arguments are directories, diff sorts the contents
directories by name, then runs the regular file diff
(described below) on text files that have the same
name in each
directory but are different. Binary files that
subdirectories, and files that appear in only one
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