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I am a computer programmer. Knowledge representation and algorithmic complexity are my main interests.


Dec
6
comment freebsd10 disc cloning
More details, please. What did you expect to happen, and what happened instead?
Nov
30
comment Regex long list of numbers
Indeed, the idea of using a regex to match a range of integers definitely rings warning bells that this is likely an XY problem.
Nov
11
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
24
answered Where does `hostname` store the hostname that I've set?
Oct
14
comment Files and Directories Dissappearing from Software Raid on Power Failure
What filesystem are you using on top of the RAID?
Oct
14
revised Why can't Emacs running in a terminal distinguish Ctrl+; from “;”?
added footnote about function and arrow keys for completeness
Oct
13
comment When is a symlink treated as the thing it links to, and as a symlink?
Related: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/31114/find-usage-with-l/… .
Oct
12
revised Why can't Emacs running in a terminal distinguish Ctrl+; from “;”?
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Oct
12
answered Why can't Emacs running in a terminal distinguish Ctrl+; from “;”?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
9
revised Shell loses keypresses when running SSH in the background
deleted 1 character in body; edited title
Sep
8
comment Shell loses keypresses when running SSH in the background
Well, if he's running it with &, ssh obviously does not need a password.
Sep
8
answered Shell loses keypresses when running SSH in the background
Sep
6
comment stream edit >GDRLR5L04EQY8D 3931|1166 into >3931
@thermophile You mentioned that the line contained a tab character. That certainly would cause the code above to fail. It expects a space before the strings of digits, not a tab.
Sep
5
comment stream edit >GDRLR5L04EQY8D 3931|1166 into >3931
@thermophile Well, I can only guess that the parsing required is more than the single example you gave us suggests.
Sep
5
comment stream edit >GDRLR5L04EQY8D 3931|1166 into >3931
@thermophile sed reads from standard input and writes to standard output, so the usual shell i/o redirection will work. I've edited the answer to show how to do this.
Sep
5
revised stream edit >GDRLR5L04EQY8D 3931|1166 into >3931
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