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Manipulation or examining of text by programs, scripts, etc.

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No need for awk, grep, or perl. { for n in 21 12 33 35 21 12 33 44 52 63 14 12 23 34 11 12 13 53 1 12 43 33 44 do echo $n done } | sort | tail -n1
answered May 19 '14 by blujay
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I'm surprised to not see readarray mentioned. It makes this very easy when used in combination with the <<< operator: $ touch oneword "two words" $ readarray -t files <<<"$(ls)" $ for file in "${f …
answered Oct 15 '15 by blujay