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revised `command .*` acts on the parent directory
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26
answered `command .*` acts on the parent directory
Mar
25
answered Copy same specific parts of a file to another file
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25
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Mar
22
comment Double quotes in bash
What's in $2? What happens if you just double quote both the variables? --s "$1" "$2" -c
Mar
18
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Mar
16
comment how to delete line from the XML file
Why do you need an ill formed XML file?
Mar
13
answered bash: Source: command not found
Mar
13
revised Which of the following codes will run in the same process of the current shell
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Mar
11
comment How do I update the dates (by 30 days) in the files going to that specific location in unix?
Note that some date and time combinations are invalid: TZ=America/Sao_Paulo date -d '2012-10-21T00:00'
Mar
9
answered Match and delete lines with ~100 strings
Mar
9
answered Bash: How to create an alias in .bashrc for awk with parameters
Mar
9
comment Variable related to variable
@KrzysztofSzewczyk: You can, but it won't change the value of the variables $PATH and $LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Mar
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answered Variable related to variable
Mar
6
comment Why is a variable passed to the su command, but not an array from the same scope?
No. When piped to xxd, the double quotes correspond to 22 in hex.
Mar
5
comment Simple method to find the number of seconds between two (non-standard) date formats?
@Janis: Note that for existing times, the script answers the question.
Mar
5
comment Simple method to find the number of seconds between two (non-standard) date formats?
@Janis: If the times come from a different timezone than the locally (configured) one, this could break. Try TZ=America/New_York date -d 'Mar 8 02:00:00 2015'
Mar
5
answered Simple method to find the number of seconds between two (non-standard) date formats?