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comment Difference between AIX and other Unix flavours
virtually a duplicate of unix.stackexchange.com/q/10408/22565
Aug
18
answered Is it possible to view the list of file names of a zip file which is inside another zip file?
Aug
18
revised Resolve all aliases in a zsh command line
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answered Resolve all aliases in a zsh command line
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Aug
17
comment Resolve all aliases in a zsh command line
C-x a expands the alias under the cursor (assuming you're using the completion system).
Aug
17
comment Shell scripting enthusiast
Try answering shell questions here.
Aug
16
answered What is the usage of $& in bash?
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Aug
16
comment How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
@vinc17, good point, that's also better than sed to spot files with newline characters, but not always to spot trailing space. I've added it to the answer.
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revised How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
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revised How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
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revised How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
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comment How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
sed's l command displays the input in visually unambiguous form. With LC_ALL=C, we make sure it uses only ASCII characters for that (though at least with GNU sed, it is not necessary).
Aug
15
answered How can two files in one of my folders have the same name?
Aug
15
comment Move to next flagged message in Mutt
See also l (and then enter ~F) to limit the view to only the flagged messages.
Aug
15
comment How to set the command(s) that get run before every single prompt?
That's bash syntax. The OP is looking for a ksh solution. Probably even ksh88 since he's on Solaris (unless he uses /usr/dt/bin/dtksh)
Aug
15
comment Passing arguments from one command into the next
That has the side effect of affecting perl's stdin. I can't see any good reason of preferring that over the standard -exec ... variant.