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Dzung Nguyen Xuan Quang

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Oct
6
awarded  Critic
Aug
11
awarded  Commentator
Aug
11
comment Command-line mv exclusion list
what an answer, big thumbs up :)
Jun
21
awarded  Caucus
Jun
21
awarded  Constituent
Nov
25
comment Remove all but one ( or more ) kind of filetype
@terdon thanks for your comment. I have a malfunction find in my zshrc. just remove it. Thanks :)
Nov
24
answered Make script executable from vi/vim
Nov
24
comment Remove all but one ( or more ) kind of filetype
@terdon thanks for your debugging tips in shell. its output seems to be correct : find is a shell function find is /usr/bin/find
Nov
24
accepted Remove all but one ( or more ) kind of filetype
Nov
24
comment Remove all but one ( or more ) kind of filetype
unfortunately, whenever I use find in my mac, it just exits the current zsh session without any notice. Do you have the same problem ? find [Process completed]
Nov
24
asked Remove all but one ( or more ) kind of filetype
May
8
accepted Vim - loop through files in cope
May
8
answered Vim - loop through files in cope
May
3
comment Vim - loop through files in cope
Thanks for the suggestion :)
May
2
revised Vim - loop through files in cope
deleted 34 characters in body
May
2
awarded  Yearling
May
2
comment Vim - loop through files in cope
This is actually not what I'm looking for. I don't know exactly what files I'm gonna edit, I just want it take the files listed in :cope. So it will be not efficient that everytime we get files in vim cope and then remember the name and then write function to do it. Sometimes, it's just a replacement
May
2
asked Vim - loop through files in cope
Oct
14
awarded  Self-Learner
Aug
8
comment How to yank a particular line without moving the cursor in vim?
I have to say this is amazing :D