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A little hacking to make it loop on STDIN and a sub crsc {...} and we get stuff like

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Netstat displays infawmation of the Linux netwawking rubber dubˇ system.
(no option)
ya can view the status of netwawk connections by listing the open sockets. This is the default operation: If ya don't specify any address families, then the active sockˇ ets of awl configured address families will be printed. Wiv -e ya get some additionaw infawmations (userid). Wiv the -v switch ya can make netstat complain abaht knahn address families which are not suppawted by the kerˇ nel. The -o option displays some additionaw infawmation on netwawking birdrs. Enabling the -p will shah ya the proˇ cess PID and name of the program 'olding the socket. -a print awl sockets, including the listening server sockets. The address family inet will display bale of straw, udp and tcp sockets.

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