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February 23rd, 2002
08:49 am


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Yet another
"Okay, so I'm here. Let's see if I have what going on. I knew I was able to get out. Unfortunately, as she has more stuff for me to write down dreams."
"Work was a lot of thinking about trying to get, which is why I wasn't able to get some work to do some doing, here's a reaction to some of the more memorable things there was possibly just a party or whatever, and that's the second time in that door a 2nd door you can go into quick mode (which probably will entail wakling a couple hundred yards) and look at my house, and it apparently sometimes just disconnects, which I definitely recommend. Spent a goodly amount of time doing things (and people, heh) that are important to me while I was when I go on to the dream. Not that I can help out when they decided to not be able to reach her last night.

We watched Dumbo, which I'm rereading after having read it or simply did not read it something like ""clime"". It's a lot if I stick to the side of comfort) or easy. I know I look fairly silly in my case, isn't such

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Date:February 23rd, 2002 03:37 pm (UTC)
These are fun. I've been running a few recipes through it (for random cooking) and I need to download some other files too.

Also, I noticed your comment about modifying the program to take multiple files as input. I took a look at the code to see what that would require. It just reads from standard input. To do the file-opening in the code would require a bunch of mucking around with buffers, so it's easier to let Unix handle it: instead of typing "chan -d # -n # < myverylargefile.txt", you can type "chan -d # -n # < cat fileA fileB fileC" you can do it all in one step. Dunno if that's what you were doing, but the way you described it, it sounded like you were running cat first and then running chan.

-B eth
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Date:February 23rd, 2002 07:37 pm (UTC)
Here's what I was doing:

cat file1 >> file2
cat file3 >> file2
chan < file2

So, umm, yeah, I'm dumb. It's been quite a while since I've done any command-line unix stuff. Thanks for the tip.

I hadn't thought about recipes. That could be fun.
[User Picture]
Date:February 24th, 2002 10:18 am (UTC)
I screwed up the command line. In bash, at least, it works better to do this:
cat file1 file2 file3 | chan -d # -n # < outputfile.txt
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