How do I open a TXT file in Termux?

To open a TXT file in Termux, you can use the “cat” command, “less” command or “vi” command, and “nano” command. Here are the steps to open a TXT file using each of these commands:

cat command

  • Type “cat filename.txt” in the Termux terminal, replacing “filename.txt” with the name of the file you want to open. This command will display the contents of the file on the terminal screen.

less command

  • Type “less filename.txt” in the Termux terminal, replacing “filename.txt” with the name of the file you want to open. This command will display the contents of the file on the terminal screen and allows you to scroll through the file using the arrow keys.

vi command

  • Type “vi filename.txt” in the Termux terminal, replacing “filename.txt” with the name of the file you want to open. This command will open the file in the vi text editor, which allows you to edit the file.

nano command

  • Type “nano filename.txt” in the Termux terminal, replacing “filename.txt” with the name of the file you want to open. This command will open the file in the nano text editor, which allows you to edit the file.

It’s important to note that you will need to navigate to the correct directory where the file is located before running the command. You can use the “ls” command to check the file’s location and the “cd” command to navigate to the folder where the file is located.

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