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Just add this to your .bashrc file.
Use quotes when query has multiple word length.
There are 10 alternatives - vote for the best!
Alternative to http://commandlinefu.com/commands/view/6831/find-co-ordinates-of-a-location with $* instead of $1 so no need to quote multi-word locations
Just a few minor changes.
First the usage of lynx instead of curl so no sed is needed to revert the spaces. Then the usages of egrep instead of grep -e to save a few characters and last the removal of the extra 0.
Just copy and paste the code in your terminal.
Note : sudo apt-get for debian versions , change as per your requirement .
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