Linux - how to empty the file from command line?

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How to remove the content of a file under linux from command line level?
I do not want to remove the entire file and create new file.
I just want to clear the entire file to 0 bytes.
What is the best way to do it?

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Run following command:

echo "" > /path/to/my/file


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