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Level 3

File functions are introduced in Level 3. Hopefully, these shouldn't be any problem. (However, since you're reading this, I guess you're actually having problems with them...)

How the crates should be moved

This image explains how the blocks should be moved (if you didn't get this, you're kinda stupid):


How to use file functions

The file functions work pretty much the same as in MS-DOS or cmd so they should be really easy if you've used any of these systems. If you havn't, they might cause trouble.

List of commands for the terminal in Level 3

connect [ip] - Connects to the terminal with the ip [ip].
open [security code] - Opens the gates that are connected to the active terminal if the security code is correct.
close [security code] - Closes the gates that are connected to the active terminal if the security code is correct.
dir - Lists the files and directories in the active directory.
cd [directory] - Changes the active directory to the directory [directory].
cd.. - Changes the active directory to its parent directory.
print [file] - Prints the file [file] on the screen.
cls - Clears the screen.
exit - Quits using the terminal.


How to open the gates for the terminal in Level 3

>connect 123.0.0.1
>open 3545
(The security key can be found in the file 'code.txt' the directory 'system'.)
>exit

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