This is the first post of the Streams lecture series.

From the early days of computers, streams are a fundamental concept of Unix systems. The concept basically is streams of data being passed over from one point to another as manageable bytes of data (chunk) one at a time, each chunk being manipulated in a series of processes stream is attached to. When working with the terminal, data, especially textual data, can be sent over many programs via pipe (|) so that each program receives the bytes of data just after it went through the proceeding program manipulating the data…

Yasmika Saubhagya

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