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accepted How to call a shell function
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asked How to call a shell function
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revised Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
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comment Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
I want to change the day and time from what it is now to another day and time in Linux without having root privileges.I hope it is clear now.
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comment Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
Exporting TZ variable changes timezone. Can it change time also ? For example , If I want to change date from Mar 21 to Nov 21 in your example.
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accepted How to print to the left and right of already printed output
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comment How to print to the left and right of already printed output
@slm its he BTW.
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asked How to print to the left and right of already printed output
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accepted Overwriting line in unix shell after printing
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comment Overwriting line in unix shell after printing
What I wanted to stress on your examples is the use of | instead of ; .As per my understanding ; between two commands is like running two commands next to next and both the commands being independent of each other.But in your example, you are redirecting output of one to another.
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comment Overwriting line in unix shell after printing
In the question I asked for overwriting a line that is already printed on shell .But your answer is about passing output of one to another and then printing on the shell,this is not I was looking for.Anyways ,Thanks for answering.