List the binaries installed by a Debian package

binaries () { for f in $(dpkg -L "$1" | grep "/bin/"); do basename "$f"; done; }
This shell function displays a list of binaries contained in an installed package; works on Debian based Linux distributions.
Sample Output
$ binaries findutils
find
xargs

1
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