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sort command

sort  – sort a file in sorted order beginning of each line sort [options]… [file] -b Ignores spaces at beginning of the line. -c Check whether input is sorted; do not sort -d Uses dictionary sort order and ignores the punctuation. -f Ignores caps -g Ccompare according to general numerical value -i Ignores nonprinting control  Full Article…

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Cat Command Examples

It is a standard Unix program used to concatenate and display files. The cat command display file contents to a screen. Also, you can use cat command for quickly creating a file. The cat command can read and write data from standard input and output devices. Please note that some of the following option will  Full Article…

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Killing processes in UNIX

Q. Sometime I need to stop a command or task under UNIX. I also noticed that some process will ignore my keystroke-generated signals such as CTRL + C or CTRL+D, so my question is – How do I kill process in UNIX? A. You need to use a command called kill. The kill utility sends a signal  Full Article…

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