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Checks apache's access_log file, strips the search queries and shoves them up your e-mail
as unixmonkey7109 pointed out, first awk parse replaces three steps.

list all file extensions in a directory
Works on current directory, with built-in sorting.

using `!#$' to referance backward-word
expand to: cp /work/host/phone/ui/main.cpp /work/target/phone/ui/main.cpp !# The entire command line typed so far.

Download all .key files from your android device to your pc.

how many pages will my text files print on?
This gives a very rough estimate of how many pages your text files will print on. Assumes 60 lines per page, and does not take long lines into account.

get the latest version
to download latest version of "util", maybe insert a sort if they wont be shown in right order. curl lists all files on mirror, grep your util, tail -1 will gets the one lists on the bottom and get it with wget

Verify if ntpd is working properly
Used to verify if Network Time Protocol daemon is working properly.

Write on the console without being registered
just use a space to prevent commands from being recorded in bash's history on most systems

List upgrade-able packages on Ubuntu
Taken from apticron and modified.

Substrings a variable
substrings a variable starting at position. If no offset given prints rest of the line


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