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April 19, 2024

Introduction of Cat Command

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UNIX cat command part-1 & UNIX cat command part-2

The Unix “cat” command is a highly efficient tool, used for concatenating standard input and displaying the output in standard format. One of the most significant advantages of this command is its ability to redirect stdin to another file through the “cat” command. This feature provides users with a powerful way to manage input and output streams. Additionally, “cat” offers multiple options that can be extremely helpful for daily work. Its versatility and ease of use make it a popular tool for professionals in various fields.

What Will I Learn?

  • This course provides an in-depth exploration of the practical usage of the cat command and its associated options, complete with comprehensive examples. By the end of this program, participants will have acquired a solid understanding of the varied applications of the cat command, as well as the ability to competently utilize its functionalities in their daily work.

Course Content

Introduction of cat command
UNIX cat command part-1 Unix cat command explained Useful for beginners and professionals Please comment like and share UNIX cat command part-2 Unix cat command for beginners and experts :) Enjoy learning. For questions, pls comment.

  • Introduction cat command -1
    12:57
  • Introduction cat command -2
    15:54

About the instructor

<p>Automation Engineer having experience of 20+ years working in several chip design companies. Well-versed experience working on EDA flow and methodology in Memory, RF and Analog space. Rich experience in tool knowledge (Cadence, Synopsys, Mentor), scripting, licensing, PDK and various other aspects of EDA</p>
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301 students

199.00 1,999.00
Durations: 39 minutes
Lectures: 2
Students: Max 0
Level: Intermediate
Language: English
Certificate: Yes

Material Includes

  • Online recording lectures only

Requirements

  • Ubuntu 18.04 version and above

Audience

  • Working Semiconductor Professionals and VLSI & Embedded aspirants.

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