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Using brace expansions in the shell

DATE: 2011-05-02
AUTHOR: Coder of Salvation
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RELATED ARTICLE: http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/bash-brace-expansion

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Matt said

neat..its a bit like a small forloop :)

delicious_bacon said

Nice! I've been using greps and xarg for years. Much better!

delicious_bacon said

Nice! I've been using greps and xarg for years. Much better!

 

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