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Create file something.txt Content of file is 1
cat something.txt | netcat [ip-address] [port]
At destination you must have something to listen this.
netcat -l -p [port]
to listen connection
netcat [server-ip-address] [port]
After connection is establish on cilent simple type
1 and hit
|set mark a at current cursor location
|jump to line of mark a (first non-blank character in line)
|jump to position (line and column) of mark a
|delete from current line to line of mark a
|delete from current cursor position to position of mark a
|change text from current line to line of mark a
|yank text to unnamed buffer from cursor to position of mark a
|list all the current marks
|list marks a, B
Go to Line
gg – start of the file
G – end of the file
42G or 42gg or :42<Enter> to 42 line
1) When you’re using a Factory you create an object, add properties to it, then return that same object. When you pass this service into your controller, those properties on the object will now be available in that controller through your factory.
2) When you’re using Service, it’s instantiated with the ‘new’ keyword. Because of that, you’ll add properties to ‘this’ and the service will return ‘this’. When you pass the service into your controller, those properties on ‘this’ will now be available on that controller through your service.
3) Providers are the only service you can pass into your .config() function. Use a provider when you want to provide module-wide configuration for your service object before making it available.
You might have hit Ctrl+S, which turns off flow control in terminals and stops the terminal from accepting input. It is reenabled by pressing Ctrl+Q.