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Bash event designator

DATE: 2011-10-12
AUTHOR: the machine
AUTHOR WWW: http://www.slashdot.org
RELATED ARTICLE: http://www.catonmat.net/blog/top-ten-one-liners-from-comm...

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I recorded this `bash event designator` shellsession because I just discovered this trick on the
mentioned article (see above). 
Basically its a quick search/replace:

  ^searchkeyword^replacedkeyword

it will perform the search/replace on the LAST executed command.

Any ideas to do multiple searchreplaces at once? (Like: sed 's/foo/flop/g;s/faa/flap/g')

I tried this in the recording but failed as you can see :)

Menz T said

cool, this is also good to remember:
$ foo=bar
$ echo $foo
bar
$ echo "${foo//bar/flop}"
flop

 

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