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i have macbook pro and the last few weeks in school we have been studying cmd prompt and i was wondering if there was any mac equivalent
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i have macbook pro and the last few weeks in school we have been studying cmd prompt and i was wondering if there was any mac equivalent
The Terminal (Applications => Utilities) is similiar to the command prompt in Windows. Note that Mac OS X is a UNIX-based operating system, so navigation and commands are quite different.

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