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Well... I would think that ALL files have an extension, don't they? So my best guess is yes.

 

EDIT: OK, I've got it figured out. Every has been an IMMENSE help. :thumbsup: Thank you.

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Well... I would think that ALL files have an extension, don't they? So my best guess is yes.

 

EDIT: OK, I've got it figured out. Every has been an IMMENSE help. :thumbsup: Thank you.

 

I don't believe so. In Unix you can just create a file using touch and don't have to specify an extension. You may not be able to open it with everything, but you can with vi.

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You were right. It comes up as just "file" but can be opened by Notepad. I tried by just setting the output file as "output" and not "output.txt" or .dat.

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It's going great now. This thread is kind of old news, though. :P

 

As of now, I'm re-reading my notes and PowerPoint slides from class as well as my textbook to study for my Final Exam on December 15.

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