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A custom Unix tail program implementation

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—- nktail —-

Usage: $ nktail [options] <filename>

Options: By default, nktail will output the last 10 lines of the passed file. You can set any count of output lines using ‘-n’ option.

$ nktail -n 100 <filename>```

If you run nktail with ‘-f’ option, it displays the lines and then monitors the file. As new lines are added to the file by another process, tail updates the display.

$ nktail -f <filename>

As a module:

from nktail import tail tail(file_handler: BinaryIO, is_following: bool, number_of_lines: int, output_writer: Callable[[str], None])

Enjoy!!!

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