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Nov
16
revised How can I use (sed|awk) to mask an e-mail address with asterisks like <j******e@g***.com>
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Nov
16
answered How can I use (sed|awk) to mask an e-mail address with asterisks like <j******e@g***.com>
Nov
16
comment Bash: How can I replace a string in a previous command?
Why do you need it?
Nov
14
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
13
comment file globbing in bash not being picked up by php -l
@JeffSchaller: That's what -I does: it implies -L1.
Nov
13
answered file globbing in bash not being picked up by php -l
Nov
13
comment Did exporting function behavior change in bash?
Works for me in 4.1.2(1) (redhat) and 4.3.42(4) (cygwin).
Nov
13
answered shell: The =~ operator does not work as expected
Nov
6
comment Nested parameter expansion
You can't combine indirection with removals. In indirection, there are two variables involved, one containing the name of the other. In removals, there are two strings involved, but only one variable.
Nov
6
answered How to append a line that does not start with '<' to the previous line
Nov
6
comment how to let bash read the “pressed key” at press time not after hitting ENTER
@younes: Have you read the last line?
Nov
6
answered how to let bash read the “pressed key” at press time not after hitting ENTER
Nov
6
comment Problems with regex in grep
Wouldn't it be easier to just re-deploy the site?
Nov
6
answered sed doesn't distinguish between full regex match and no match
Nov
5
answered How to replace string in files using asterisk in search form
Nov
4
revised Read each directory and perform actions in Bash script
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Nov
4
comment Read each directory and perform actions in Bash script
@ReynierPM: I don't understand your update. It seems to contradict your first comment to my answer.
Nov
4
revised Read each directory and perform actions in Bash script
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Nov
4
comment Read each directory and perform actions in Bash script
@ReynierPM: Check the update.