Unix Tip #4424- April 22, 2014


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CAT A BINARY FILE, OOPS!


If you have accidentally
output binay info to your
terminal

For ex.

# cat BinFile

You dont have to kill the
terminal and start a new one.

Just type at the prompt:

# tput reset

Works for me on Linux.


This tip generously supported by: sarada@ece.iisc.ernet.in



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