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Find ASCII files and extract IP addresses

Revert an SVN file to previous revision
Kudos to xakon.

list files recursively by size

Manipulate the metadata and edit the create time (This will change date to 1986:11:05 12:00 - Date: 1986 5th November, Time: 12.00) and then it will set modify date to the same as alldate.

Get your Tweets from the command line
Gets the latest Tweets in your friends timeline from Twitter. Uses curl and xmlstarlet.

convert Decimal to IP from stdin
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10768160/ip-address-converter

Translates a phrase from English to Portuguese
Translates a string from English to Portuguese by using google translator web service.

clean up syntax and de-obfuscate perl script
the command show can be run in vim, here is the same thing on the command line $ cat script.pl | perl -MO=Deparse | perltidy

Compare directories via diff
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20070408062023352

repeat a command every one second
Short method of "while x=0; do foo ; sleep 1 ; done"


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