since you guys are my life line I think I'm allowed to ask dumb questions. I'm getting "no rule to make target 'list'", in my terminal. I know I've seen this before but I cant remember how to fix it and going through the motions from scratch repeatedly doesn't seem to work. thank you in advance Mr. Pratt since you'll more than likely help me like you always do, but I will, of course, take help where I can get it. ps. I know I didn't capitalize and then not capitalize anything. I checked all that even if I spelled something wrong its spelled the same way every time. Been there with that mistake. this is what happens when i run ls -a like Robert said to. the file isnt where i want it to be but the move command wont work(or i cant make it work. i know its me)
You are in your home directory
~/ and that is not where
list.c is located. It looks like
list.c is located in
~/classwork. Whenever you get an issue like this, try running
ls -a (
-a flag adds hidden files to the output in case the file you need is marked as such) to make sure that the file is in the directory you are in.
And you can just call me Robert, no need to be formal here. ;)
Let me know if you still have issues.