You can manipulate your file easily and quickly by using these commands in UNIX.
File navigating commands..
Concatenate: displays a file.
Change directory: moves you to the directory identified.
Copy: copies one file/directory to specified location.
Identifies the file type (binary, text, etc).
Finds a file/directory.
Shows the beginning of a file.
Browses through a file from end or beginning.
List: shows the contents of the directory specified.
Make directory: creates the specified directory.
Browses through a file from beginning to end.
Move: moves the location of or renames a file/directory.
Print working directory: shows the current directory the user is in.
Remove: removes a file.
Remove directory: removes a directory.
Shows the end of a file.
Creates a blank file or modifies an existing file’s attributes.
Shows the location of a file.
Shows the location of a file if it is in your PATH