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comment Show Hexadecimal Numbers Of a File
@nkvnkv: Read the question: "I want to build a bash program..." Also, notice that my answer was accepted by the OP and read the comments attached to my answer. Thanks for the downvote.
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revised How to get a colored tab completion?
No need to use URL shorteners
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revised How to get a colored tab completion?
updated information
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comment How to assign a heredoc value to a variable in Bash?
@LandonKuhn: Remove the quotes from around the name of the heredoc. This will also allow command substitutions to be evaluated and will affect white space in the manner i indicated in my answer.
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comment Bash: Move files based on first letter of name
@AndyD: By the way, a quick way to populate your array is dirs=({A..Z}) using a range rather than listing each one individually.
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comment Bash: Move files based on first letter of name
@AndyD: Your comment doesn't seem to match the answer or the question.
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comment Split an existing prompt command line in a few lines
@Birei: Delete all the lines then save and exit (e.g. ggdG:wq or :%d|wq, etc.). The command will remain in history (possibly as a duplicate if you recalled it from an earlier entry), but it won't be executed.
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