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Adding formatting to an xml document for easier reading
This will indent the input to be more readable. Warnings and messages are not send to STDOUT so you can just use a pipe to create the formatted outputfile, like: $ tidy -i -xml in.xml > out.xml

draw honeycomb
Fill the entire terminal screen. Is COLUMNS or LINES are undefined run "resize"

Count the number of pages of all PDFs in current directory and all subdirs, recursively

Top 10 Memory Processes (reduced output to applications and %usage only)
Top 10 Memory Processes (reduced output to applications and %usage only)

capture mysql queries sent to server

Rename files in batch

Compare two CSV files, discarding any repeated lines
The value for the sort command's -k argument is the column in the CSV file to sort on. In this example, it sorts on the second column. You must use some form of the sort command in order for uniq to work properly.

Netcat & Tar
Create a tarball on the client and send it across the network with netcat on port 1234 where its extracted on the server in the current directory.

copy partition table from /dev/sda to /dev/sdb


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