[kwlug-disc] my new favourite command
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Thu Dec 2 22:26:13 EST 2010
Kyle Spaans wrote, On 12/02/2010 6:02 PM:
> On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 3:36 PM, Chris Frey <cdfrey at foursquare.net> wrote:
>> What other new commands have people learned lately?
> Not a command per se, but more a Bash (or possibly most shells) feature:
> $ mkdir foo
> $ cd !$
> This is a common way I use it. The "!$" is the last token of the previous
> command that you issued. So if you ever have commands of the form
> $ cmd1 arg1 arg2 ... argn
> $ cmd2 argn
> the !$ is useful.
I can see this as you work through a 'process'. But does argn included
stdin / out / err tokens?
sort </etc/passwd >/etc/passwd.srt
and !$ above would be /etc/passwd.srt?
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