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Command Prompt for Mac?


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I was wondering, is there somthing like a command prompt for Mac where you run commands? I see on other sites telling to run commands, but where do you run it, and how do you?
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Terminal, it is in Applications/Utilities I think (it is for me but I might have moved it).
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go to applications/Utilities and open the application "Terminal"
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ooo double post at the same time
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lol (Smiley added to get past lameness filter. Extra comment added to qualify lameness.)
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I was wondering, is there somthing like a command prompt for Mac where you run commands? I see on other sites telling to run commands, but where do you run it, and how do you?

Yeah it's "Terminal" like others have said.

However, chances are that if you have to ask what it is, you won't know what to do with it.
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OS X terminal commands
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