1). Create an alias called "grades" that will show the contents of the grades file (~tony/Cyber/Unix/grades.dat). What alias will do this?

2). Create an alias that will remove files from their current directory and place them in a directory called trash. Call the alias "clean". This command is to be used instead of the 'rm' command when you want to remove a file or files. The alias should be able to remove any number of files that follow the command on the command line.

You may have to create a directory called trash before executing the command the first time.

A) What alias will do this?

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1) $alias grades='more ~/tony/Cyber/Unix/grades.dat' //creates the alias (it is not permanent, at reboot will not be there)
$grades //run the alias...

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