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comment Adding paths to PATH using a multi-line syntax
+1 (This question is tagged zsh)
Feb
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comment sed into csv format
Why sed and not awk (or perl or python or ...)?
Feb
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comment How do I delete this folder in Solaris?
Nasty! Glad you found it.
Feb
4
comment How do I delete this folder in Solaris?
@KentPawar: I've updated my answer accordingly. I'm not sure it warranted a downvote as it was a reasonable response to the question as it stood at the time with double-quotes.
Feb
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answered How do I delete this folder in Solaris?
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comment How can I print lines from file backwards (without using “tac”)?
@Peter: Personally I'd use tac.
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comment Testing C++ code with bash commands
Why have you posted this here and there?
Dec
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comment How to name a file in the deepest level of a directory tree
N.B: If you just want to print the filename, you can omit deepest=$( [...] ) and start from find. It's not really clear what you're trying to achieve.
Dec
18
comment How to name a file in the deepest level of a directory tree
I see. There are many ways to solve this. I recommend my own solution since it involves only one |, keeping subprocesses to a minimum.
Dec
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comment How to name a file in the deepest level of a directory tree
Your one-liner is incomprehensible to me. I'm sorry I cannot debug that for you. Does my example not do what you asked for?
Dec
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Dec
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comment How to name a file in the deepest level of a directory tree
Why should they be one-liners? As you've seen , when a one-liner goes wrong, it's very hard to debug! Open an editor and write a bash script!
Dec
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Dec
17
comment How to name a file in the deepest level of a directory tree
Why do so many people try to do so much on one line? I don't get it!
Dec
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