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Display rows and columns of random numbers with awk
Displays six rows and five columns of random numbers between 0 and 1. If you need only one column, you can dispense with the "for" loop.

Open a manpage in the default (graphical) web browser
An easy alias for opening a manpage, nicely HTML formatted, in your set internet browser. If you get a "command exited with status 3" error you need to install groff.

Find the top 10 directories containing the highest number of files
It can be used to pinpoint the path(s) where the largest number of files resides when running out of free i-nodes

cut audio file

Jump to a directory, execute a command and jump back to current dir

Calculate sum of N numbers (Thanks to flatcap)
replaces "\n" with "+"

remove ^M characters from file using sed
removing ^M characters from file with sed

top svn committers (without awk)
list top committers (and number of their commits) of svn repository. in this example it counts revisions of current directory.

Monitor ElasticSearch cluster health - Useful for keeping an eye on ES when rebalancing takes place

Slugify: converts strings in any language into Slugs (friendly names to use in URLs and filenames)
Slug the part of an URL which identifies a page using human-readable keywords. Slugs are used to construct friendly URLs (often for permalinks) that are easy to type, descriptive, and easy to remember.


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