When you run a command or a set of commands frequently, it’s usually smart to add them into a script. That not only saves you keystrokes each time you run the commands—having a script also ensures that you know what commands you’ve run, and it gives you the chance to display output and diagnose commands that didn’t work as you expected. However, sometimes you’ll encounter a fairly simple command that doesn’t quite justify a script but is cumbersome ...

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