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Is it possible to revert a file after overwriting it ?


Long story short, there was some sort of corruption with my ide and the script I was working on has been over written with nothing (the file is blank now). The IDE doesn't store a back up from what I know (I'm using notepadd++ in wine lol I know I know I'm addictted to the nppftp sidebar and geany won't suppor this.).

Anyway, so I'm wondering if I can somehow revert the file with some sort of linux command. I have my doubts though


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