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comment use backquotes in a script
The question seems very clear to me and perfectly answered by Ariel.
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revised Should all plain text files have some sort of suffix (e.g. *.txt, *.conf)
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answered Should all plain text files have some sort of suffix (e.g. *.txt, *.conf)
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comment How to customize .bashrc to configure command prompt?
@Gilles, you misunderstood: I prefer to type blueat the prompt (or in a shell script) than echo $blue.
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answered Parsing log files
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comment What is produced after using cat on an image?
@BOSS, saying a file is a text file as opposed to binary, only means that the file's binary content can be interpreted as text. Things used to be simple, either the file was ASCII or it was not. Nowadays the file could be a number of different text formats, including ASCII, UTF8, UTF16... On the hard drive they are all binary.