[cisb102sp02] Re: TelNet: Question 4

  • From: zhuangmi <zhuangmi@xxxxxxx>
  • To: cisb102sp02@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 18:29:14 -0400

Yes, I agree with you. Telnet does have a lot of features that very useful, 
such as append files. In instance, I can save some large files in the telnet 
and can access them from remote distance without bring any disk.

Min Zhuang

KRIS h wrote:

> site - http://oregonstate.edu/aw/tutorials/telnet/ I learned that you are 
> able to append to files, redirect input, change access modes. I practiced on 
> telnet:// It showed some neat features. One is that 
> Hperterminal actually has a purpose other than just taking space. When I 
> typed in the address, hyperterminal popped up with information in it. I 
> looked at the telephone numbers.
> Kris Molter
> --
> "You have Heard that is was said 'Love you neighbor and hate your enemy.' But 
> I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you 
> may be sons of your Father in heaven."
> Jesus Christ
> Matthew 5:43-45 (partial 45)
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