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Several useful example shell script one-liners are explained...
In this context, a one-liner is a set of commands normally joined through a pipe (|). When joined by a pipe, the command on the left passes its output to the command on the right. Simple or complex, you can get useful results from a single line at the bash command prompt.
 read more | score:7963 | -Ray, July 24, 2008
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