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From: measl at (J.A. Terranson)
Subject: FAT32 input > output = null?

On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, morning_wood wrote:

> where did the delete command came from ????
> this has nothing to do with any system command
> it was simply an odd behavior where by ">" piping
> output of a file into itself, causes a 0 byte or corrupted file
> C:>del.exe >del.exe
> in particular, executeable files.

You are confusing Pipes and Redirection.  Pipes are "|" while redirection is
">" and ">>".

The redirection operators imply the opening of a file for writing, which in
the case of ">" will always truncate the target as part of the open.

> m.wood

Se_cur_ity my ass.

"One of the nice things about ignorance is that it is curable.
Unlike Neo-Conservatism.

Eric Michael Cordian

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