So I have a program that takes in user input and outputs text based on the input. EDIT2: I want to create a script that runs a C executable and the script feeds the C program input from a file and ...
What I am trying to do is run python in a terminal window and redirect it's stdin from a named pipe. Then I write to the named pipe in another terminal and have that command execute on python. ...
I have an interactive application that takes input from the keyboard. Whenever I run the application I always write the same things in the beginning. So I was thinking I could make a file with those ...
This is a newbie question. I'm reading a book, it says: Every process has at least three communication channels available to it: “standard input” (STDIN), “standard output” (STDOUT), and ...