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Published: 29/08/2022 (4 weeks ago)

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What I need:

To write the code which gets all the content of the end of the file ‘’

Any help is much appreciated.


Using’read’ means that you’re reading in a single character at a time, and using awk to assign it to a variable you’re overwriting, which will probably work, but isn’t the clearest way.
The read command splits the input into lines. The -1 delimiter determines how many characters, at most, to read at a time. What you really want is read to read as much as possible, stop when it hits that delimiter, and then print out the string.
read -d ” -n1 file | awk ‘{print $0}’

Oddly, you’re getting a space character at the end, which I assume is supposed to be an ending. You probably want to strip that off.
read -d ” -n1 file | awk ‘{print $0}’ | grep ” ”

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