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I'm very new to unix, how do I list the contents of a file without it scrolling to the bottom of the file. I know about cat....

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easy use a pipe symbol | to join the following commands

cat | more

regards mike
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Hi,

more filename

or

cat filename | more

There are other utilities as well, like 'less', 'pg' etc.

Good luck, Nisus
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