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comment ls command lists hidden files
@SpiderRico That would require you to know what your file manager does and does not show :-) I've shown how to exclude this specific example in the answer -- you can customise this appropriately and make it into an alias if desired.
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comment ls command lists hidden files
What do you mean by "is not visible"? If your file manager hides that from you, that's file manager specific logic.
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comment How can I make a script to count up by fives?
@WouterVerhelst Well, except for if you're limited to POSIX sh, you're not likely going to have seq, which is part of GNU coreutils. busybox has a more limited implementation, but outside of that, many embedded systems likely won't have it at all.
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comment bash on command event (or shell)
@MalteSchmitz I added some information about the DEBUG trap, which might help. :-)
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comment Is it possible to escape quotes within escape quotes within escape quotes within escape quotes?
Well, there are a few "special" types like $' and $", but you're unlikely to need them outside of very specific situations. Maybe this page might help: wiki.bash-hackers.org/syntax/quoting
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comment Is it possible to escape quotes within escape quotes within escape quotes within escape quotes?
@PeterTurner You can use double quotes here as well if you like, but you'll need to escape the escape (ie. use \\"), since otherwise it will be interpreted by the second shell.
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