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run last command with root
you will be sad after you run a command and find out it needs root, so you should run it again but with prefix sudo. so this line is to make it simple. just 'sudo !!'

Capitalize first letter of each word in a string - A ruby alternative
"-n" loops around ; "-e" executes the given quoted string ; "$_" is the current line ; "split" creates an array on white space; each item of the array is "collected" to be then "capitalized" ; the array is "joined" back into a string.

Takes an html file and outputs plain text from it

take a look to command before action
add |sh when you agree the list, I often use that method to prevent typos in dangerous or long operations

Print just line 4 from a textfile
this method should be the fastest

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

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

Count number of files in subdirectories
For each directory from the current one, list the counts of files in each of these directories. Change the -maxdepth to drill down further through directories.

Save man pages to pdf

Quickly find a count of how many times invalid users have attempted to access your system


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