Linux Crash Course – The cut Command

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Linux Crash Course - The cut Command
Linux Crash Course – The cut Command
In the Linux Crash Course series on LearnLinuxTV, you’ll learn all the commands you’ll need to know in order to master Linux. In each video, you’ll navigate through a hands-on session to learn the basics of a particular command. In this episode, we’ll take a look at the cut command.


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00:00 – Intro
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02:14 – Basic usage of the cut command
04:01 – Using the -b option with the cut command to select by byte
05:23 – What’s the difference between options -b and -c with the cut command?
07:11 – Combining ranges with individual bytes
08:18 – How to select text by field with the cut command in Linux
10:15 – Using the cut command to select fields in the /etc/passwd file

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