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comment Achieving hexdump-like format, that includes binary strings, on the command line?
@0xC0000022L - Just checked xxd with: echo -e '\x00\x01\x02\x03' | xxd -c 2 -b; the presence of the -b switch changes everything to binary string, and so apparently it cannot be "mixed" with hexadecimal.
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comment Achieving hexdump-like format, that includes binary strings, on the command line?
Thanks for the comment, @0xC0000022L - yeah, I didn't fully think through that with the endianness :). I did check xxd out, and there is a -b: Switch to bits (binary digits) dump,, but I cannot find an example where that output would be mixed with hex (as I gave an example for in the OP); if someone can post an example for that with xxd, that would be an acceptable answer. Cheers!
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comment Custom help / man -like command (for reminders)
Thanks @FaheemMitha - this, with me needing a specific nmcli usage, occurred like a year or more after the last event where I needed the same; I cannot imaging how big should I set the history file, so as to handle needs like this - and even if it was set to that, it would be still tedious to look up something you may have typed a year ago. But it could be an alternative for more frequent events; cheers!
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comment Custom help / man -like command (for reminders)
Thanks @SamiLaine - was thinking about that; I am afraid of conflicting names of my text files vs. actual man pages; and then also, wanted to avoid thinking about which man section should these files belong to. But I guess this is as much of a built-in facility as it goes (also related: Where are man pages stored in Ubuntu? - Super User); cheers!
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