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Apr
3
comment What is the correct name for the “>” command
@HaukeLaging noclobber isn't just a bashism. It's part of POSIX
Mar
31
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
28
answered How can I identify lines in files over a certain length
Mar
27
revised Count result in a find/exec statement
added 111 characters in body
Mar
27
revised Count result in a find/exec statement
Hack around syntax highlighting bugs
Mar
27
revised How do I find the inode of any directory?
Fix typo; denote code
Mar
27
suggested suggested edit on How do I find the inode of any directory?
Mar
27
answered Count result in a find/exec statement
Mar
27
revised How can I identify lines in files over a certain length
Use implied whitespace-maintaining REPLY variable, make tabs consistent
Mar
27
suggested suggested edit on How can I identify lines in files over a certain length
Mar
27
comment How can I identify lines in files over a certain length
@1_CR actually if you don't give read a name to read into, it will read into REPLY and include all whitespace. No IFS setting needed.
Mar
26
comment Rename multiples files using Bash scripting
You can't have a pattern expression on the right hand side of a parameter expansion replacement expression. What did you expect to be where that * is?
Mar
26
answered Bash Scripting : Printing column data in the same row
Mar
26
comment cp and mv if the file named already exists
@JamesHebden I don't think the word imply is quite the correct…implication. They may alias the -i option by default.
Mar
20
comment Why is iterating over a file twice faster than reading it into memory and computing twice?
Now compare these to tail -n 10000 | fgrep -c '"success": true' and false.
Mar
5
awarded  Yearling
Feb
26
awarded  Good Question
Feb
26
comment Replicate a column in a one-line CSV file
Why is this a Unix & Linux question and not a StackOverflow question?
Feb
26
answered Replicate a column in a one-line CSV file
Feb
24
accepted How to copy directory structure without removing symlinks?