What has piping a command in the bash shell got to do with programming in C? Pipes are one of the fundamental parts of Linux and have, so far as I know, nothing to do with the C programming language. In a plumbing sense it makes sense to use a pipe to transfer the output of one command to the input of another. In any event, the kernel is almost entirely written in C
, I'm surprised you didn't check before you dared to install it on your machine, feeling worried now?
i think i can see a bit of a jealous streak there rhakios
Nah, you can chew the fat with nelz
as much as you like, but I think M0PHP and Rob have been missing you on the PCPlus forums.