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The /dev/null Linux and Unix “worm hole”

The /dev/null is a character file. I like to compare the /dev/null file with a worm hole, because it eats data. $ file /dev/null /dev/null: character special The data redirected to the /dev/null is discarded by the system. When debugging

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