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Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

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Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

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Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

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Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

Apart of vim -, you can also use process substitution using the <(command) syntax, in example:

vim <(echo This is example.)
vim <(cat /etc/hosts)

See also:

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