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Linux dd command explained for beginners (8 examples)

Sometimes, while working on the command line in Linux, you may need to perform a copy operation in way that the data/text gets formatted before it’s written at the destination. A simple example could be to copy text from a file and write the case-changed version (lower to upper, or upper to lower) to the destination file.


 

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