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comment Trying to set up a web server, but my IP address looks very strange
OK, I see why: "leading zeroes" can be omitted, so "...:0302:..." can show as "...:302:..." thus making the address appear shorter.
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comment Trying to set up a web server, but my IP address looks very strange
I missed that :) sorry.
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comment Trying to set up a web server, but my IP address looks very strange
How exactly did you ask google for your IP address? Try something like ifconfig.me or whatismyip.com.
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comment Trying to set up a web server, but my IP address looks very strange
It looks like an IPv6 address but it's not: 3b01:302:kr18:9847:b40c:mn93:4567:3d91 it has letters that are invalid for hexadecimal digits and the length (not counting the colons) is 31 digits, not 32 as an IPv6 address should have.
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comment How do I extract lines starting with `Subject:` from a large number of files?
@Germar please don't just modify my answer. Your change is valid, but it would be best as a comment: 1) your change outputs the filename as well, which per the comment on A.B.'s answer, is not what Miller wants. 2) If you put it as a comment with your rationale, we all can learn about the reason for your change, rather than my answer being modified. Thanks.
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