Re: truncating files
A very simple way is ">foo" (noquotes) works in bash. It also creates a
On Sat, 6 Dec 1997, Carl Mummert wrote:
> Is there already a (standard) utility on a linux box to truncate a
> file to 0 bytes? [Besides echo -n "" > foo, which is 1) too long for
> my lazy fingers and 2) won't take multiple filenames ]
> Since I couldn't find one, I wrote a little C program to do it, but I
> am still interested in whether there is already one on the system.
> One must imagine Sysiphus happy
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