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Lists all directories under the current dir excluding the .svn directory and its contents

Count the number of deleted files
It does not work without the verbose mode (-v is important)

List docker volumes by container

remove empty lines in place with backup
Modify file in place to remove empty lines and create a backup of the original with the extension .bak

Extract a bash function
I often need to extract a function from a bash script and this command will do it.

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

Url Encode

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

What is the use of this switch ?
e.g. $ manswitch grep -o This will take you to the relevant part of the man page, so you can see the description of the switch underneath.

Make alias pemanent fast
Simple function to permanently add an alias to your profile. Tested on bash and Ksh, bash version above. Here is the ksh version: PERMA () { print "$@" >> ~/.profile; } Sample usage: PERMA alias la='ls -a'


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