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  • Just 253 chars of pure UNIX magic, with curl. I created this contrived bash one-liner while building a command-line bash game : www.rubegoldbash.com. Show Sample Output


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    curl -s ip.appspot.com | xargs -n 1 curl -s "freegeoip.net/csv/$1" | cut -d ',' -f '9 10' | sed 's/,/\&lon=/g' | xargs -n 1 echo "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?mode=html&lat=$1" | sed 's/ //g' | xargs -n 1 curl -s $1 | lynx -stdin -dump
    supermoustachu · 2015-02-04 00:47:06 0

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