Tag Archives: command line

Under-appreciated command line tools: comm

The comm command is surely one of the most under-appreciated commands in the GNU coreutils. Its man page is barely a page long, and here's the most interesting part: NAME comm — select or reject lines common to two files SYNOPSIS comm [-123i] file1 file2 DESCRIPTION The following options are available: -1 Suppress printing of […]

Command line statistics

Well, I’m planning to write here more frequently. For now, I’ll be concentrating on sharing small-ish nuggets of information, instead of trying to write an essay-style post. This post is about fun little statistics I have gleaned by by zsh history file. Note: my history file contains the last 3000 or so commands I had […]