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List all authors of a particular git project
Gets the authors, sorts by number of commits (as a vague way of estimating how much of the project is their work, i.e. the higher in the list, the more they've done) and then outputs the results.

Immediately put execute permission on any file saved/created in $HOME/bin

Stoppable sleep
A nice way to interrupt a sleep with a signal.

how many packages installed on your archlinux?

Create a bunch of dummy text files

Validate date, also a date within a leap year
Important to know: a valid date will return 0, otherwise 1!

Rename files in batch

unrar all part1 files in a directory

colorize sequences of digits
Credits go to Flatcap https://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/by/flatcap

Another way to see the network interfaces
Like many other thing in Linux ,you can see the same thing in different way.


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