Mon, 13 Jan 2003 15:13:58 GMT

Reading Text Streams With head and tail. 13 Jan 2003: Learn how to process chunks of data from both static and dynamic files using head or tail commands. Whether you use the commands individually or combined, these steps can consolidate the time it takes to read a file at any given length. If you prefer working in bytes instead of lines, not to worry; this article will assist you. You can also learn how to reverse the order of lines in a file with the tac command and change the number of lines that these commands send to their standard output [ — Nothing but Unix]


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