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imgcat is a command line tool used to display images directly in the terminal. It is primarily designed for MacOS. The tool utilizes iTerm2, a terminal emulator, to render and display the images. imgcat supports various image types including PNG, JPEG, TIFF, and GIF. It can be used to view both local images and images hosted on the internet by specifying the URL. Along with displaying the images, imgcat also provides a few additional features such as resizing the image to fit the terminal window, displaying image meta information, and copying the image data to the clipboard. The tool is commonly used for quickly previewing images, displaying ASCII art, and even debugging image-related issues in a terminal environment.

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