I'm facing a problem and trying to find a solution that works in sh. If I could use bash this code would work: ls /a|grep ^[0-9] Unfortunately this is not the case with sh, and yes I need to use ...
As I recall, ^H means Backspace. I generated it by pressing CTRL+V, CTRL+H. So the ^H should remove the last character, as it is the same as Backspace and it should act just as if I pressed Backspace ...
I used to use '' and "" interchangeably on the command line, but I recently noticed that '$HOME/some/dir' is not expanded, while "$HOME/some/dir" is. I searched around a little bit and found that "" ...