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answered Is file globbing in bash buggy or is there a strange rule in bash?
Aug
20
revised How to shutdown a list of servers, making sure the first one is off before shutting down the next?
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Aug
20
answered Alias doesn't seem to read from STDIN
Aug
19
answered Linux init script what does 0<&- &> achieve
Aug
4
comment !(*.sh) works on the command line but not in a script
askubuntu.com/q/656425/80864
Aug
4
answered !(*.sh) works on the command line but not in a script
Jul
31
comment Extract specific value from blocks of data
Does xmllint read the file without errors?
Jul
31
comment Extract specific value from blocks of data
Are the data formatted in XML?
Jul
28
comment gnuplot precision
@JoVe: Oh, I understand now. Check the edit.
Jul
28
revised gnuplot precision
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Jul
28
comment gnuplot precision
@JoVe: I still don't get it. If a tic corresponds to 2015.51, why should it display any non-zero digits after the 1 at the end?
Jul
28
comment gnuplot precision
@JoVe: Oh, you mean you want to change where xtics start? Check the update.
Jul
28
revised gnuplot precision
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Jul
28
revised gnuplot precision
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Jul
28
answered gnuplot precision
Jul
22
answered Perl script to compare two consecutive lines for the first character and ignore the second line if both first characters are same
Jul
16
answered Remove x lines before and y lines after nth line (which matches a pattern) in a file
Jul
16
comment how to replace a sed expression (change and print only matched line) with a perl expression?
stackoverflow.com/q/550258/1030675
Jul
16
comment how to replace a sed expression (change and print only matched line) with a perl expression?
@lcd047: My point was /o is automatic if the regex can't change.
Jul
16
comment how to replace a sed expression (change and print only matched line) with a perl expression?
@lcd047: IIRC, /o matters only if there's dynamic stuff in the pattern.