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>>66278398
Thanks for the confirmation, anon
Also,
> OP makes even less sense now!
I see what you did there

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>>61558266
more practical, despite being even more $((ugly))
although to be fair, both are hideous.
And regarding faster: I never had speed issues with either, not even processing thousands of files in the MBs.

fair enough

no, cat -v is not bloat. It won't make your shitbox slower either. There's a limit to things, but in all honesty? Purism is not the answer.

It's called abstraction and interfacing. Just because you do not care about the details of low-level workings of your OS does not make you ignorant or technologically illiterate.



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