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comment Is it considered a best practice to not use capital letters in file naming?
Well, limiting characters in password is a subject for debate: li1, oO0, ... depending on the fond, hard to communicate. Some would say that password should not be communicated, but a WiFi Key is a sort of password that I communicate to my friends when they are at my place...
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If the directory does not exist, do not rename a local file.
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comment How to understand pipes
@pabouk: I think we agree that most IO "objects" are manipulated using "file descriptor" and "streams". One exception though is UDP socket.
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comment Avoiding busy waiting in bash, without the sleep command
This is not doing a sleep, this is still consuming stdin from the terminal.
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