Currency Conversion

currency_convert() { wget -qO- "$1&from=$2&to=$3&hl=es" | sed '/res/!d;s/<[^>]*>//g'; }
eg: currency_convert 1 usd inr
Sample Output
1 USD = 45.4950 INR

By: vinodvm
2010-03-22 13:41:39

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I was just about to submit my command, when I found yours. cc(){ wget -qO- "$1+$2+to+$3" | sed 's/<br\/>/\n/g' | sed -n '4p'; } While mine is shorter, yours is faster. Didn't know about Can you explain what the '/res/!d' part does in your code? Thanks!
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Hustiought27 · 6 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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