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Posted Yesterday at 09:04 PM bythe dsc (linux-related notes)
Not tremendously important, so I'll not post on the forums.
On text editors I'm frequently using things like shift/control+shift to select text and overwrite it. But besides holding control and using the keys to jump between words, terminals usually don't do selection the same way. You can try to select with the mouse, but it just works to copy to the clipboard, it won't be replaced by the text you type next. And regarding the mouse aspects, I think pasting will often/always...
I'm writing this up because I've often seen the question "How do I extract email attachments at command line?". I had to figure out how to use various tools to do this recently and figured I'd share what I did.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is used by organizations to exchange information with business trading partners mainly for various purposes such as ordering and invoicing. Many people use software products such as those made by IBM Sterling/Gentran...
Posted 10-04-2015 at 12:43 AM bythe dsc (linux-related notes)
Updated 10-04-2015 at 01:42 AM bythe dsc
There's another method which consists in uploading the image from your computer in some free host and then giving this URL to google via command line, but it's kind of a scumbag-ish thing to do, I think.