Simplify the Linux commands by creating a bash function

In this story, I introduce several ways to simplify the Linux commands: aliases and functions.

To improve productivity, it may be useful to extend the bash. There are two main ways to do this:

  • creating aliases,
  • creating functions.

Creating an alias

First, let’s see how to create an alias. There are two files in this directory:

  • a normal file myfile.txt,
  • a hidden file…

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Bruno Delb

Bruno Delb

Blockchains, DevOps, Agile Coaching, development, testing, Cloud, Management 3.0, ITIL. It defines me.

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