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How to Type Less and Do More in Terminals

Type Less and Do More

Shells like bash, zsh come with many great features to save repeated typing, but most of them are buried in those informative, yet lengthy man pages. This article demonstrates some of the most time-saving features and commands that I heavily use every day.

NOTE: The demonstrations are made in bash, but most of them are applicable in zsh as well.

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