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Normally the bash builtin command 'set' displays all vars and functions. This just shows the vars. Useful if you want to see different output then env or declare or export.
Alias 'sete' shows sets variables
alias sete='set|sed -n "/^`declare -F|sed -n "s/^declare -f \(.*\)/\1 ()/p;q"`/q;p"'
Alias setf shows the functions.
alias setf='set|sed -n "/^`declare -F|sed -n "s/^declare -f \(.*\)/\1 ()/p;q"`/,\$p"'
At the very least, some cool sed commands!
From my .bash_profile http://www.askapache.com/linux-unix/bash_profile-functions-advanced-shell.html
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