Remove Characters From the End of a Large File

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Remove Characters From the End of a Large File:

truncate -s FILESIZE FILE ... dd if=FILE1 of=FILE2 bs=FILESIZE2 count=1

Remove the Last Few Characters From the Last Line of a Large Text File:

sed -i '$s/.\{3\}$//' FILE



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