Bash Xargs Command the Hard Way by Example

Posted by linuxhint on Jun 12, 2019 5:48 AM EDT
LinuxHint; By Nicholas Shellabarger
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xargs is an external command used to convert standard input to command line arguments that is said to stand for “extended arguments.” It was mainly created for use with commands not built to handle piped input or standard input such as rm, cp, echo 1 and other external commands only accepting arguments as parameters.

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