Illuminating Your Console: Enhancing Your Linux Command Line Experience with ccat

Posted by bob on Jun 2, 2023 4:56 AM EDT
Linux Journal; By George Whittaker
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ccat stands for "colorized cat." It's a simple yet powerful tool that, like the traditional cat command, reads files sequentially, writing them to standard output. However, the ccat command adds a visual advantage - color-coding. It makes your command-line experience more user-friendly, improving the readability and understanding of your code.

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