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Feb
17
comment csh -> bash, autostart .bashrc PCBSD (FREEBSD)
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Feb
17
answered csh -> bash, autostart .bashrc PCBSD (FREEBSD)
Jan
27
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Jan
27
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Jan
20
answered Differences in bash scripts between $@ and $*
Dec
20
answered Direction of a symlink
Dec
20
comment Mass file renaming in Bash but keeping a section of the file name
Thanks, post edited accordingly..
Dec
20
revised Mass file renaming in Bash but keeping a section of the file name
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Dec
20
answered Mass file renaming in Bash but keeping a section of the file name
Dec
20
answered shell script - How to output the owner of a file
Dec
19
answered merge pieces of file together
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Can you show us a little bit of search effort ? Google have tons of results for this kind of things :/ If it's really a homework, in 1 week you will forget all this stuff... Sniff.
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Be precise. Have you tested the 3 different versions ?
Dec
19
revised Output numbers from a file in a different order
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Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Sorry, a quote forgotten =)
Dec
19
revised Output numbers from a file in a different order
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Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Sure, I do it now
Dec
19
answered Output numbers from a file in a different order
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Sounds like a homework =)
Dec
12
awarded  Student