We've seen how to pass arguments to programs, and we've seen how to write to files. Now we'll look at how that is done from the Terminal.
A pipe redirects the standard output (stdout) from one program to the standard input (stdin) of another. It acts like a tunnel (or pipe) between two programs, which
Now that we have a basic understanding of pointers, we're ready to look at file I/O.
A file is a collection of data which is stored in main memory (as opposed to registers, cache, or RAM). These files are capable of storing a tremendous amount of data, which we can retrieve and manipulate with our