You can use a text editor to edit or create a text file. There are many editors in Linux such as nano, pico, vi, emacs. Let's try to use nano for creating a file
Launch nano to edit:
Type the following text into it:
He walked into his exile
Control+x, you will get a prompt at the bottom of the screen asking you to "Save modified buffer (Answering No will DESTROY CHANGES)".
y as we want to save the changes, and then Enter to Save Changes and exit the nano editor.
Alternatively you can create the file with this command
echo "He walked into his exile" > ~/myfirstfile.txt
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cd ~to come to your home directory
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