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How to Use the Linux cut Command

The Linux cut command lets you extract portions of text from files or data streams. It’s especially useful for working with delimited data, such as CSV files. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Use the find Command in Linux

The Linux find command is great at searching for files and directories. But you can also pass the results of the search to other programs for further processing. We show you how.

Is EndeavourOS the Easiest Way to Use Arch Linux?

Arch Linux is a great Linux distribution but infamously complicated to install. EndeavourOS provides the closest thing to a plain-vanilla Arch installation—without the pain. Let’s look at how it differs and how to install i…

What Is Scratch, the Programming Language?

Scratch is a visual, drag-and-drop introduction to programming for kids. Coding improves problem-solving skills, promotes analytical thinking, and fosters creativity. Here’s how they can get started.

What Is Python?

Some statistics are showing Python has become the most popular programming language in the world. So what gives Python its universal appeal? We take a look at some of the features of this versatile and powerful language….

Why Do Companies Hire Hackers?

Not all hackers are bad guys. To properly defend a network you need to know the type of attack you’re going to face. So does a hacker make the best type of defender too?
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