Linux Filters

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Linux Filters

Linux Filter commands accept input data from stdin (standard input) and produce output on stdout (standard output). It transforms plain-text data into a meaningful way and can be used with pipes to perform higher operations.

These filters are very small programs that are designed for a specific function which can be used as building blocks.


Linux Filter Commands

  1. cat
  2. cut
  3. grep
  4. comm
  5. sed
  6. tee
  7. tr
  8. uniq
  9. wc
  10. od
  11. sort
  12. gzip