How to create a symlink in Linux?

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I have created a new text file and now I want to create a symbolic link to this file. What is the command to do this?
Jan 31 in Linux Administration by Hetal
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To create a symbolic link, you can use the following command:

ln -s /path/to/file /path/to/symlink
answered Jan 31 by Omkar
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