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extract email adresses from some file (or any other pattern)
find all email addresses in a file, printing each match. Addresses do not have to be alone on a line etc. For example you can grab them from HTML-formatted emails or CSV files, etc. Use a combination of $...|sort|uniq$ to filter them.

commentate specified line of a file
used when modify several configuration files with a single command

use google's text-to-speech and play in media player

Using commandoutput as a file descriptor
Description is moved to "Sample output" because the html sanitizer for commandlinefu breaks the examples..

Docker: Remove all exited docker container

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

Protect directory from an overzealous rm -rf *
Forces the -i flag on the rm command when using a wildcard delete.

download a list of urls

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Delete newline


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