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Use Perl like grep
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Check a server is up. If it isn't mail me.
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Connect to TCP port 5000, transfer data and close connexion.
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Find C/C++ source files
Find C/C++ source files and headers in the current directory.

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Display usb power mode on all devices

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Install pip with Proxy
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finds the c files with lines containing 'mcs', in the folders under the current folder

Upload a video to youtube
Google just released a new commend line tool offering all sorts of new services from the commend line. One of them is uploading a youtube video but there are plenty more google services to interact with. Download it here: http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/ Manual: http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/wiki/Manual


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