This article covers the different ways of using the cat command for listing the contents of a file in Linux Mint 20.3. In fact, The "cat" command is very frequently used for viewing, creating, and appending files in Linux.
This article will guide you on how to use the #cat #command to display or create a new file on #Linux. To save a file, you must first be in Command mode. Press Esc to enter Command mode, and then type :wq to write and quit the file. The other, quicker option is to use the keyboard shortcut ZZ to write and quit.