apt-file an be used to show which files are being included by a package.
search for files within Debian packages (command-line interface) apt-file is a command line tool for searching files contained in packages for the APT packaging system. You can search in which package a file is included or list the contents of a package without installing or fetching it.
The order in which these commands are run matter,  but the process is idempotent. This means it is possible to re-apply all of the following steps.
sudo apt-file package-name
sudo apt-file nano
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apt updatecannot be skipped since package contents files need to be downloaded.
apt-filebecause it requires