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reviewed Leave Open yum does not work on RHEL 6.3
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comment Can I read and write to the same file in Linux without overwriting it?
cat can write to its output at any time; if it writes past the point at whatever is on the other side of the pipe has read, then you will read in what you wrote instead of the original file contents. That is what makes sponge special. It buffers its input until stdin closes, then writes.
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comment How do I count all the files recursively through directories
@krzysiek-boduch Thanks! I updated the answer.
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