What does the following do on Linux?
cat <> FIFO |
Where FIFO is a FIFO created in the current directory.
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bash the redirection operator
<> causes a file to be opened for both reading and writing (on file descriptor 0 by default, although you can specify another).
see the bash manual page on redirections, section 3.6.10