Hey, does anybody know is there a way to remove a file while read?
Something like: rm file.txt -o - | cat - ?
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why not just read the file, then remove it:
Not that I understand why you would want to do this anyway; it kind of doesn’t make any sense.
Just courious, it’s not something that will be useful, thanks.