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revised How to change all strings in python file from snake_case to camelcase in sed
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comment How to change all strings in python file from snake_case to camelcase in sed
What is it you want? 'fooBarFoo' or 'FooBarFoo'?
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comment why is rm allowed to delete a file under ownership of a different user?
Note that to add the t bit, you need to own the directory. And if you own the directory, you can always remove files regardless of whether the t bit is set or not. If you link a file to somebody else's directory, you should be prepared for somebody else to be able to remove it. An alternative would be to first create a sub-dir of yours and add your file there instead, as the owner would not be able to remove that subdir if it's not empty.
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revised why is rm allowed to delete a file under ownership of a different user?
typo. Note that "sticky" bit will not prevent you from removing files in your own directories.
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comment Parsing a file to determine what values to use
Note that while ${var%%} and ${var#*=} are standard, ${line//\"/} is a kshism (and zsh and bash).
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comment How do i unlock my Thinkpad, when it says “windows resume loader”, but it won't let me touch any keys (no keys work)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it has nothing to do with Unix or Linux
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comment How do I go to the last line where I entered text in tmux?
I've given a screen answer over there, I'll let you give the tmux one here. I'm not familiar with tmux having been a screen user for decades.
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