Intercept subprocess pipe between two processes
At the moment I have two processes, with one generating data to be fed into the other, as shown below: import subprocess seq = subprocess.Popen(["seq", "5", "-1", "0"], stdout=subprocess.PIPE) subprocess.Popen(["sort"], stdin=seq.stdout) I want to intercept the data flowing through the pipe and process it in some way (e.g. recording the highest number) without buffering the entire result of the first process in memory. How might I go about intercepting the data flowing through the pipe? I shouldn't need to modify the data. Note: this is the minimal possible example I could come up with. In reality the first process could well be extremely long running and generate hundreds of gigabytes of data.
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