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    Description: This article examines utilities such as grep, cut, paste, join, sed, and awk, but it doesn't just reiterate man pages and run through why each utility exists. Instead, we'll start by looking at each utility and its options, apply it to the colon-delimited file format common in Linux files, and look at how and why each tool is useful for pulling data from them.

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    Date Added:02/22/2005
    Last Updated:02/22/2005

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