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Convert Hex to ASCII Characters in the Linux Shell

Vishesh Kumar
Updated on 21-Nov-2022 09:27:21
Introduction If a numbering system is represented in base 16 then it is considered to be hexadecimal. In this article we will understand to convert Hex to ASCII in the Linux Shell. The hexadecimal system uses a combination of digits and alphabetic characters, and it looks like this −0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F Large digital systems are best suited for a hexadecimal numbering system since it can store and express long binary data. Because a total of 16 symbols (both digital and alphabetic, ranging from 0 to F) ... Read More

What is the difference between Gitlab and GitHub?

Muthu Annamalai Venkatachalam
Updated on 11-Oct-2022 12:45:47
Introduction GitHub and GitLab are both open-source platforms that use the Git system for version control. Because of this, it is crucial that you select the right tool for your team. This blog aims to resolve all your project puzzles and explain the differences and similarities between GitHub and GitLab. So you can choose them accordingly What is GitHub? The geek world raves about GitHub all the time, but most people are still unaware of what GitHub actually is. In short, GitHub is a web service that helps professionals track and manage their code, as well as store and manage ... Read More

What is the Difference between Git Vs Subversion?

Muthu Annamalai Venkatachalam
Updated on 11-Oct-2022 12:43:23
Introduction It is likely you have heard of Version Control Systems (VCS), or source control if you write or track code for a project. A Version Control System serves primarily as a host and a tool for tracking how a project develops. With VCSs, developers are able to compare and track changes between files, track commits, make proposals, view the history of projects, and revert to previous versions. Software teams and developers need a good VCS to implement DevOps, continuous delivery and maintain productivity. Git, SVN, Mercurial, and Perforce are a few of the most popular version control systems. You ... Read More

What is the difference between BitBucket and GitHub?

Muthu Annamalai Venkatachalam
Updated on 11-Oct-2022 12:40:12
Introduction The right repository hosting service is critical to the success of a development project. The hosting of your code is crucial to your productivity, and it plays a key role in your work. Since repository hosting services affect development team productivity, choosing the right one can be challenging. The hosting of your code is crucial to your productivity, and it plays a key role in your work. Since repository hosting services affect development team productivity, choosing the right one can be challenging. Git repositories are often located remotely, unlike when working on personal projects. While there are numerous ways ... Read More

Difference between GNU and Unix

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 21-Jul-2022 12:25:12
Even though the majority of us are accustomed to using Windows as our primary operating system, it is important for us to at least be familiar with other operating systems such as Unix, Linux, and others. This does not imply that Windows is the only operating system that has been used globally; rather, it indicates that other systems also take a larger proportion in terms of utilisation. The end functionality, which is using the computers to make our tasks easier, is the same regardless of the operating system that we might choose.Read through this article to find out more about ... Read More

How to Find Out File Types in Linux

Mukul Latiyan
Updated on 19-Jul-2022 15:03:50
When it comes to Linux operating system, everything in general can be considered as a file. In UNIX, in total, there are seven standard file types −FIFO specialBlock specialCharacter specialSocketRegularDirectorySymbolic linkWhen it comes to Files, these can be mainly categorized into the following categories −Regular FilesDirectory FilesSpecial FilesThe simplest way to find out what a particular file is in an operating system is by looking at what kind of extension that particular file has. The extensions can be '.txt', '.py', '.go', etc. If a particular file does not have any extension in Linux, then we basically call that file as ... Read More

How to Repeat Your Last Command in Linux?

Mukul Latiyan
Updated on 19-Jul-2022 12:41:58
Linux terminal allows us to execute a variety of commands and sometimes it so happens that we find ourselves in a scenario where we might want to use a certain command more than once. There are many occurrences where we would want to repeat the command that we just ran. In Linux, this can be done with the help of different commands, and in this tutorial, we will explore all such commands with the help of different examples. For reference and simplicity, I will run a single command, say 'ls -ltr' and then use the different methods to search what ... Read More

How to Run a Command Multiple Times in Linux?

Mukul Latiyan
Updated on 19-Jul-2022 10:17:00
There are scenarios where you would want to run a particular command for 'N' number of times. In normal programming, this can be done with the help of any of the loops constructs available in that programming language. In Linux bash too, we have loops available as some other ways with which we can repeat commands 'N' number of times. In this tutorial, we will explore different bash scripts that will allow us to run a certain command multiple times. The first step when you want to work with a bash script is to create one. On Linux or macOS ... Read More

Best Command Line HTTP Client for Linux

Mukul Latiyan
Updated on 22-Jul-2022 08:47:56
In this tutorial, we will explore some of the most commonly used and famous HTTP clients that are present in Linux. A HTTP Client is a software that is mainly used to allow us to download files from the Internet. The primary reason for using HTTP clients is generally to download files, but these can also be used in case we want to debug or interact with a web server or multiple web servers.Now, let's consider the most famous HTTP Clients that are used.HTTPieWith the name that almost resembles of the famous web protocol (i.e., HTTP), HTTPie, is command line ... Read More

Array Operations in Linux bash

Mukul Latiyan
Updated on 18-Jul-2022 06:19:48
Bash scripts are one of the most convenient approaches when we talk about making the command line processes automated in nature. They help us in doing a group of things in a simpler and more understandable manner, and we can do almost all theoperations that we could do in other languages as well.It is well known that the syntax of the bash can be tricky at first, and hence I will try to explain everything that I have used in this tutorial.We come across various situations where we would want to make use of bash scripts to perform different operations ... Read More
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