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I started with Apple Basic and 6502 machine code and Assembly, then Fortran, Pascal, C, Lisp (Scheme), microcode, Perl, Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, PHP, and Objective-C.

Originally, I was going to go with Atari... but it was a big expense for our family... and after months of nagging, my dad agreed to buy an Apple ][. The few months in childhood seem to last forever. A few months nowadays seem to pass like days.


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revised What does “--” (double-dash) mean? (also known as “bare double dash”)
add also known as
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comment Why mkdir -p /Local/Foo/Bar/Wah not work but cd /Local and mkdir -p Foo/Bar/Wah works?
I see why that issue is now. The person didn't update the docs in a wiki at first. For simplicity, he wrote it in Microsoft Word first, and that's how the "em dash" creeped in.
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comment What is a sure fire way to find all files and/or path that contains 2 keywords?
If I use findallof word1 word2, it will say find: ftsopen: No such file or directory
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comment What is a sure fire way to find all files and/or path that contains 2 keywords?
this function doesn't work on a Mac... do you have a version that might work on both the Mac and Linux?
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comment What is a sure fire way to find all files and/or path that contains 2 keywords?
later on, I found that find . | grep -i demo | grep -i sitesearch should do the job too. But your solution is just one command so it should be nicer. Do you know how to make it into functions so that we can just say find1 sitesearch or find2 demo sitesearch or if better we don't need to say find1 or find2 but just findallof