Output specific line in a very big file and exit afterwards

awk 'FNR==100 {print;exit}' file
This will save parsing time for operations on very big files.

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2012-03-04 20:25:57

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hylyqy · 63 weeks ago
Even though you have provided a single line or code that gives output specific line in a very big file and exit afterward CBD Products it was so helpful for us as I have tried it and came out well so I really request you to share more such helpful post
Kaitlyn · 37 weeks and 4 days ago

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