How to read a readme file in Termux?

To read a README file in Termux, you can use a text editor or the cat command.

Here is an example of how to read a README file using the nano text editor:

  1. Navigate to the directory where the README file is located using the cd command. For example, to go to the home directory, you can use the following command:
cd ~
  1. Use the command followed by the name of the README file to open the file in the text editor. For example, to open a file named “README.txt”, you can use the following command:
nano README.txt

This will open the README file in the nano text editor and you can use the arrow keys to navigate through the file and read its contents.

To exit the text editor, press CTRL+X.

You can also use the cat command to display the contents of the README file in the terminal. For example, to view the contents of a file named “README.txt”, you can use the following command:

cat README.txt

This will display the contents of the README file in the terminal window. You can use the less command to view the file in a pager, which allows you to scroll through the file using the arrow keys or the j and k keys.

less README.txt

This will open the README file in the less pager, and you can use the arrow keys or the j and k keys to navigate through the file. To exit the pager, press q.

You can also use other text editors, such as vi or emacs, to view the README file in Termux.

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