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Answers I wrote that I especially like :)

A bit concerned with the quality of the answers: I won't probably upvote any without explanations; I will probably upvote those with them, as long as they are correct of course!

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Dec
3
revised Files in /etc/init - are all files executed or just the ones with conf extension?
some minor edits now that it is 1K views!
Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
24
awarded  Excavator
Nov
24
revised Sed error “sed: -e expression #1, char [#]: extra characters after command”
format to show precisely where is the difference
Nov
24
suggested approved edit on Sed error “sed: -e expression #1, char [#]: extra characters after command”
Oct
22
comment Searching across multiple documents for common words
It would help to have some sample input and desired output.
Oct
16
revised reverse print without trailing
added 123 characters in body
Oct
16
revised reverse print without trailing
format properly
Oct
16
suggested approved edit on reverse print without trailing
Oct
16
answered reverse print without trailing
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
26
suggested rejected edit on Does the Shellshock bug affect ZSH?
Sep
15
comment cron jobs set for different times, but execute at the same time
Interesting! So it was a problem with the file itself. +1 for discovering it.
Sep
15
accepted configure: error: Please install libyaml
Sep
10
answered Script to join columns
Sep
4
answered configure: error: Please install libyaml
Sep
4
asked configure: error: Please install libyaml
Aug
8
comment What is the meaning of command “:() { :|:& }; :” in shell?
And also related Why is whitespace sometimes needed around metacharacters? with a funny story around :)
Jul
24
answered Replace negative values in a file with zeros
May
30
comment How to grep values under columns
@user327963 well this is what I tried with my solution: get the column number and then print that column on the next line.