I want to wrap 3 lines of execution into an alias, but I also need to pass a parameter when I call it in terminal.
Do I need to create a function for this?
I'm new to this, but I know there are functions in bash also.
alias blah=some_call_here; some_other_call $1; some_thing_here
$1 in the above is the value I want to pass in when I call the alias. So to call it I want it to look like:
blah "some text"
Not that it has to be text that I pass in.