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Apr
10
answered Specifying numeric ranges in zsh history
Dec
9
comment diff within a line
In my case couldn't spot the difference so opened the files in gvim -d f1 f2 the particular long lines were both highlighted as being different however the actual difference was extra highlighted in red
Dec
1
answered Why rm exclude using ! doesn't work in zsh?
May
21
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Jan
21
answered Edit Nth occurence interactively in a search in vim
Dec
16
awarded  Commentator
Dec
16
comment Vim mappings stop working
This mapping works for me in gvim but not vim .
Dec
15
comment Vim mappings stop working
type :map to see what vim thinks it has got mapped
Dec
8
answered What makes grep consider a file to be binary?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
18
revised Replace several strings with other string in several files
more info
Sep
17
revised Replace several strings with other string in several files
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Sep
17
revised Replace several strings with other string in several files
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Sep
17
revised Replace several strings with other string in several files
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Sep
17
revised Replace several strings with other string in several files
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Sep
17
answered Replace several strings with other string in several files
Sep
8
revised rename files with rename command
more examples
Sep
3
answered rename files with rename command
Aug
16
comment Quote escaping struggle with grep and sed
so you can test above echo '<a href="fred.php" name="my file">' | grep -oP 'name="\K[^"]*'
Jul
25
comment copying parallel directories Why does cp -r work this way?
That's cleared up why there is differential behaviour I hadn't understood the concept of a bin