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comment Using `perf` repeatedly with file input
Yes, that works. Only problem is perhaps the small overhead of sh that will play a part in the statistics. But I agree it is only a fraction.
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revised Using `perf` repeatedly with file input
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revised sort inplace - like sed --in-place - exists?
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answered sort inplace - like sed --in-place - exists?
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comment How to cut by tab character
But it is probably always safer to mention such flags explicitly, for both readability and portability. I can imagine some people designing a cut for Windows would not follow the complete standard.
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accepted Where are recognizers for media types stored and how to add one?
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comment Split file based on a pattern with leading zeros
Yeah. This sure works, but I think you will agree this is not very elegant. I'm looking for a solution where one can simply add more zeros,... But it works!