|& ||run command in the background|
|? ||single wildcard|
|< ||input redirect|
|> ||input redirect|
|| || pipe outpt to one command from another|
|# ||remark symbol, ignores characters after |
It is best to avoid using these special characters when naming files.
To pass these charaters to another program, you will need to prefix the character with a \ character.
a;” face=”helvetica”>[root@redhat ~]# echo food bill is $10
food bill is 0
a;” face=”helvetica”>[root@redhat ~]# echo food bill is \$10
food bill is $10
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