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LXer: Stupid Bash tricks: History, reusing arguments, files and directories, functions, and more

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In this two-part blog post, I share some of the Bash one-liners I use to speed up my work and leave more time to drink coffee. In this initial post, I'll cover history, last arguments, working with files and directories, reading file contents, and Bash functions. Here are five great tips and tricks for the Bash shell that you can use at your Linux terminal today.



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