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Topic: Bash – Page 8
Zeke Sikelianos recently shared a tweet the describes the
teecommand which I've never heard of. It can be used to write data to files and continue piping it to something else.
I learned about the power of the UNIX cat command combined with stdin.
I learned what process substitution inside the shell is and why it is useful.
I learned that there is more than pressing the UP arrow to works with the shell history. There are also handy little shorthands.