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Command Functionality

Hi everyone, today i need that someone help to understand this particular line of command.
So you can explain to me step by step, it will be great.

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Hi everyone, today i need that someone help to understand this particular line of command.
So you can explain to me step by step, it will be great.
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Is your post not missing something? (the command line perhaps... Smilie )
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Yeaph but i really don't know where to put it, cause the moderator, told me that i can't put inside this area, so i put in the next field to this one, but obviously, it doesn't work, i guess i'm a little dummie, don't you think? jajaaja

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Well never mind, could tell me what's the meaning of pr -124?

Last edited by vbe; 09-07-2012 at 12:31 PM..
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Answer about how: use icode instead of code (in square braquets...)
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about the command itself, its difficult to say.. because there it seems out of context..
Where does it come from?
(clues I understand pr as pr "print" the formatting command, look at the man pages...)
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This may not be clear if you're not used to man pages, -124 is a weird-looking option Smilie It appears that a number, by itself, just refers to the number of columns you want in pr's output here...
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But you agree corona I imagine the command behind a pipe, or I am myself a bit lost... Smilie
 

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