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|How to Create a Named Pipe|
| by jwyse in Programming Languages|
A powerful feature of Linux, along with other varieties of Unix, is
the ability for one command to provide the input to another command
using a pipe. Represented on the keyboard as the vertical bar "|",
pipes allow separate programs to talk to each other without being
developed to do so. In this man
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| by Ryan in Programming Languages|
i'm writing to a pipe until user enters the string "end". if the
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string. How can i close th