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how to make alias to make grep command shorter [duplicate]

In my coding, I always do grep -rnIi "abcabc" . --color But, how to make an alias that can let me type only one word with my search string? Is that possible?
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Making alias of rm command [duplicate]

Making alias of rm command so that when rm command is executed it will first copy file to /tmp/recycle_bin and then remove the file. But I'm getting issue in the process. Steps performed by me: I ...
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Command substitution in alias resolved in bash profile? [duplicate]

I want to make an alias for randomly changing my mac address alias chrandmac="sudo ifconfig en0 ether $(openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//')" but the command substitution part is ...
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Alias for redirecting both standard output and standard error, as well as sending to background [duplicate]

I am trying to create an alias for redirecting both standard output and standard error of gedit to /dev/null, whilst sending the command to background. This works: $ alias gedit='gedit $1 > /dev/...
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Bash alias arguments [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to pass parameters to an alias? I am trying to make a bash alias that will allow me to quickly make an archive of the current git repo. My current alias is: alias ...
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how to add parameter to bash alias without space in between? [duplicate]

We can do with ease: myalias='command param1 param2' then myalias param3 runs command param1 param2 param3 I need an alias which will run the same, but without the last 'space': command param1 ...
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Is it possible to use a parameter within an alias command [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to pass parameters to an alias? As answered in Can less retain colored output? I want to use git diff --color=always filename | less -r to get a colored output of my git ...
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How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter? [duplicate]

I regularly have to delete a local and remote Git branch. Therefore, I run the following commands: $ git branch -d feature-branch $ git push --delete origin feature-branch Since I mostly execute ...
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Unix alias with parameters [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to pass parameters to an alias? I'm wondering if it is possible to define an alias with parameters. For example, when I have to compile a tex file I execute pdflatex and ...
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How to create an alias, but so I can enter in different info with the command [duplicate]

Hi I was wondering I have to run some rather long commands all day. I know how to create aliases for the commands, but the problem I am having is each command contains different IP address in the ...
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How to create alias to kill processes running on a TCP/IP port? [duplicate]

What I have: alias killport='sudo kill -9 `sudo fuser -n tcp $1 2> /dev/null`' Problem: Running e.g. killport 8000 doesn't appear to work, though. However, simply running... sudo kill -9 `sudo ...
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Error creating an alias for the find command [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to pass parameter to alias? I am trying to shorten the find command, but getting an error: $ alias f='find . -name $1 -print' $ f JobConf.java find: paths must precede ...
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bash adding a filename to an alias command [duplicate]

I have an alias to a ffmpeg command to start recording a session like this: alias sreq='ffmpeg -f x11grab -r 24 -s 1024x768 -i :0.0 -qp 0 -c:v libx264 -preset veryslow' I can just type sreq filename....
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create an alias that runs a command with string replacement from arguments [duplicate]

I'm trying to write a couple of shortcut aliases to quickly navigate to the httpdocs folders of the various domains and subdomains on my server. basically so I can type something like: $ pwd / $ # ...
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Touch and open file in same command alias [duplicate]

I find myself typing these commands a lot (on Mac): $ touch example.txt $ open example.txt I was wondering if there was an easier way to do this. I tried this: $ alias t='touch $0 && open $...

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