cmd meltdown: I know that command!
Sourav Ray

I tend to use aliases for everyday commands as well as too long to type kind of commands. All of them are stored in my .bashrc file and even if I cannot remember the one I need to use I always have an alias `settings` which opens .bashrc in my favorite editor and I can have a quick pick at the command I had to use. As long as you either keep the commented/separated by sections ie npm, git, wp-cli etc or even better in separate files. You can always easily find the one you need in a few seconds.

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