What are nested loops? Give an example where a nested loop is typically used.
Linux O/S -Student Lab-2016: MULTIMEDIAUNIVERSITY Goals of this lab: Learn the basics of the Linux command line Learn to manage files and directories Learn about the command shell Learn about environment variables Learn about processes and job control GROUP MEMBERS 1.Reg. Number: ENG:219-069/2015 Names: LYDIAKIMATA 2.Reg. Number:ENG:219-046/2015 Names: ALAN KORIR 3.Reg. Number: ENG:219-060/2015 Names: ROBERTELSHAM 4.Reg. Number: ENG:219-017/2015 Names: DANIEL MBUGUA 5.Reg. NumberENG:219-032/2015 Names: SAMMY JOSEPH Exercise 1: Learning the basics Linux is a UNIX based operating system. It is free to use and easy to distribute. Linux offers a high degree of flexibility of configuration and significant customization is possible without modifying the source code. Unlike other operating systems for Linux we have access to the source code. There are several differences between Linux and other operating: -The source code is freely available to users unlike windows -Most of the commands are centralised in the command prompt unlike windows -in Linux you have a centralised location where you can search for, add, or remove software. For examples synaptic you can open one tool, search for an application and install that application without having to do any web searching. In windows you must know where to find the software you want to install, download the software and run setup.exe -Linux is more flexible than windows. In Linux you can adjust the software and make it lo