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Capture FTP Credentials and Commands

Find the process you are looking for minus the grepped one
Get the PID of a process by name

dump a single table of a database to file

display a smiling smiley if the command succeeded and a sad smiley if the command failed
you could save the code between if and fi to a shell script named smiley.sh with the first argument as and then do a smiley.sh to see if the command succeeded. a bit needless but who cares ;)

Find the date of the first commit in a git repository
Finds the date of the first commit in a git repository branch

check open ports without netstat or lsof

AWK Calculator

Connect to SMTP server using STARTTLS
Allows you to connect to an SMTP server over TLS, which is useful for debugging SMTP sessions. (Much like telnet to 25/tcp). Once connected you can manually issue SMTP commands in the clear (e.g. EHLO)

Join lines split with backslash at the end
Joins each line that end with backslash (common way to mark line continuation in many languages) with the following one while removing the backslash.

Create backup copy of file, adding suffix of the date of the file modification (NOT today's date)


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