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I am little bit confused, which character to used?  
What character is used to delimit most Linux configuration files?
a. tab
b. colon
c. space
d. semicolon
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According to the Linux+ Guide to Linux Certification 2nd ed., most configuration files on Linux systems are delimited using the colon symbol (:) while the awk command uses spaces or tabs as delimiters for each field in a line.
 
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