Hi. I think this question is kind of stupid. Usually when you set alias in your ~/.bashrc file, you make it consist of one word like this:
alias rm='rm -i'
But what if I want to make the alias to consist of two words or more. I've tried this:
alias remove\ junks='rm -i'
alias "remove junks"='rm -i'
alias 'remove junks'='rm -i'
And I want space between the words so that when I type something like:
remove junks junk.file
, it would do
for me. Or there limitation for alias command? Thanks.