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The history of Unix systems and their main components. Please DO NOT USE this tag for shell-related questions; use "command-history" instead.

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You are partially correct, but only by accident. In your example, all data must indeed have been read "in between" the pipes, but it needs not be resident in memory (including virtual memory). Usual …
answered Jun 22 '18 by Damon
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Now, what is it? A socket, or "socket" can be several things: First of all, it is a thought model and an application programming interface (API). That means you have a set of rules you need to follo …
answered Apr 1 '15 by Damon