CP : Linux Command

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cp command under a Linux, UNIX-like, and BSD like operating systems is used to copy files and directories .

cp is the command entered in a Unix and Linux shell to copy a file from one place to another, possibly on a different filesystem.

The original file remains unchanged, and the new file may have the same or a different name.

cp Command Syntax


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