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 I have discovered the ar command.  I need to re-trace my steps using the history command to identify how I go to where I am now with the ar command [The ar command allows you to create, modify, or extract archives.  How to Forge Linux Tutorials. Linux ar Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples). Retrieved from February 2nd 2020.  https://www.howtoforge.com/linux-ar-command/ I am going to give my try to using the cut command and the delimiter which I now understand it derives from the commas? delimiter or csv files where it is everything prior and after comma.  After using cut, I will attempt to use sort for pbx1.     I have discovered the ar command.  I need to re-trace my steps using the history command to identify how I go to where I am now with the ar command [The ar command allows you to create, modify, or extract archives.  How to Forge Linux Tutorials. Linux ar Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples). Retrieved from February 2nd 2020.  https://www.howtoforge.com/linux-ar-command/ I am going to give my try to using the cut command and the delimiter which I now understand it derives from the commas? delimiter or csv files where it is everything prior and after comma.  After using cut, I will attempt to use sort for pbx1.    
 Very thankful for the availability of help in this class to truly teach where and when needed.  Stumped on how to paste to 1 file as unsure what to deem the delimiter to compile correctly for results.  Very thankful for the availability of help in this class to truly teach where and when needed.  Stumped on how to paste to 1 file as unsure what to deem the delimiter to compile correctly for results. 
-Now that I have my numbers counterclockwise in increments, I should be able to use them as the delimiters for pasting into 1 file?  I will have to try this.  +Now that I have my numbers counterclockwise in increments, I should be able to use them as the delimiters for pasting into 1 file?  I will have to try this.  Earlier I stumbled upon using the simple flip of cat, "tac" to accomplish my closing in on completion of pbx1.
    
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