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Curly Brackets Expansion In Bash: With 5 Practical Examples

An usefull wildcard trick is the curly bracket (or brace) expansion. I have previously written some articles on wildcards, but in this one I will show you 5 practical examples for using the curly braces { } , in order

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The bash wildcards: 10 practical examples of how to use them

I have previously written an article about the asterisk and question mark wildcards and another article about the square brackes and the curly brackets wildcards. In post I will give you 10 examples of how to use the wildcards in

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Bash wildcards: the square brackets [ ] and the curly brackets { }

In the previous wildcard post, I taught you how to use the asterisk * and the question mark ? wildcards. This article is about other, not so popular wildcards: the square brackets [ ] and the curly brackets {}. Note:

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Bash wildcards: ? (question mark) and * (asterisk)

The usage of wildcards is a nice feature that the shell provides us. Simple characters such as * or ? can make our bash life much more easier than we have ever imagined. Wildcards are special characters that allow us

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Three usefull shell tricks for creating zips

There tricks are usefull because you often need to zip only a certain type of files or all the files in a directory. In this article I will also prove the power of the asterisk (*) wildcard: I have this

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