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The Brilliant Concept of Standard Streams in Unix (1)

1. The basic idea of standard streams In the 1980s, almost every book or class on computer science here in Germany started with an explanation of the EVA-Prinzip, where E stood for Eingabe (Input), V for Verarbeitung (Processing), and A … Continue reading

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How to use ancient Morse code to solve a modern problem

If you own a Raspberry Pi mini computer the following problem may sound familiar to you: You just connected your Rasperry Pi to a network with automatic DHCP. Now you need to find out what IP address has been assigned … Continue reading

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Why Linux DOES NOT Suck

By Andre M. Maier On October 5, 1991, Linus Torvalds officially published the first version of his homemade Linux kernel. Today, 24 years later, a large number of IT professionals agree that best of Linux is yet to come. I … Continue reading

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Regular Expressions

At the very beginning of this post I’d like to point out that this is neither related to a specific programming language nor related to a specific operating system, although I’ll need to employ some “real-world” examples for better understanding. … Continue reading

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