Understanding & Using The tee Command
*tee* command is common on Unix like systems and on Windows PowerShell. The tee command writes the input to the file specified and also to the standard output, it was named after the plumbing T-splitter used. Here's a graphical presentation of the tee command:
Printing Numerics from Alphanumeric Column in Oracle
Let us suppose we have a table *T_APHA_NUMERIC* which consists alphanumeric column as shown below
Using *nix lsof Command To Your Advantage
lsof or *LiS Open Files* is a very powerful command available on most of Unix-like systems, it lists all open files (in *nix everything is a file, drives, sockets, inodes, etc.). The listing can filtered using various parameters like process id, owner of the process, etc. In this article we'll...
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