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Jul
7
comment Fastest way to type greek letters like α or β?
Get a Mac. :) You can add arbitrary language soft keyboards, or temporarily switch to a Greek keyboard. When overlaying a Greek keyboard on an English one, the characters are mapped naturally, so that alpha is over A, beta is over B, etc. Alternately, a recent version of the OS added the Ctrl-⌘-Space shortcut, which pulls up something kinda like Windows Character Map, but better: you can search for characters by English description, it automatically remembers recent characters, you can pick them with arrow keys...
Jun
26
comment Most favorite scripting language used by IT pros
@Fazer87: The only people telling you that PowerShell will take over the Linux world are Windows people. All the arguments I've seen in favor of it remind me of the arguments a quarter century ago about how VMS was going to win over Unix. Here is what the Linux community thinks of that idea.
Jun
26
comment Most favorite scripting language used by IT pros
@MonkeyZeus: You are neglecting JScript and node.js.
Jun
26
awarded  Excavator
Jun
26
revised Where does SecureCRT save usernames and passwords?
removed stray HTML tags
Jun
26
comment Where does SecureCRT save usernames and passwords?
-1: The default SecureCRT configuration storage directory on Windows has changed, per mysteryna's answer.
Jun
26
suggested approved edit on Where does SecureCRT save usernames and passwords?
Jun
26
suggested rejected edit on securecrt tag wiki excerpt
Jun
25
awarded  Tag Editor
Jun
25
revised securecrt wiki description
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Jun
25
wiki created securecrt description
Jun
25
suggested approved edit on securecrt tag wiki
Jun
25
suggested rejected edit on securecrt tag wiki excerpt
Jun
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
21
revised How to use “<<” in batch file or command prompt?
removed the off-topic comment about PowerShell; explained < before talking about <<; fixed $0 error in second shell example
Jun
21
revised How to use “<<” in batch file or command prompt?
added usage message example
Jun
21
comment How to use “<<” in batch file or command prompt?
@BiTinerary: Given that a huge number of people use Cygwin daily specifically in order to be able to do Unix-like things on Windows, I think I'll leave that hint in the answer.
Jun
21
answered How to use “<<” in batch file or command prompt?
Jun
17
comment Line-wrapping `less` in OS X (specifically for use with 'git diff')
@PeterMortensen: They're the less version number as output by less --version. OS X still ships version 418 in Yosemite, by the way, and I see the same buggy behavior with less -S on Yosemite, so this question is not dead, even if it is "answered". I've seen this behavior for years and years on multiple OSes, though so my belief is that less -S is just plain buggy.
Jun
4
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