Is there a way to create out of thin air, a file that is a sequence of numbers, starting at a given number, one per line? something like magic_command start 100 lines 5 > b.txt and then, b.txt ...
This has been bothering me for a while. .djvu files are often searchable, in my experience. So somewhere in there, all the text is just one big string, right? But there's no djvu2text program. And ...
Obviously there are at least two newline types: DOS and Unix. But does OS X have its own plaintext 'format'? I opened a text file in nano and was surprised to see: [ Read 26793 lines (Converted from ...
Possible Duplicate: What's the point in adding a new line to the end of a file? What is considered better behaviour: to leave the last letter of the last line to be the last byte of a ...
I need PDF files to text so I can search over them in bulk from commandline. Is there some converter for Ubuntu, OBSD or similar distro? Perhaps related post, OCR with ubuntu here.