Command Line Cookbook
Publisher: GitBook 2017
Number of pages: 62
A cookbook for using command line tools to do everyday's job. In everyday's job, you often encounter various types of repetitive manual tasks, such as renaming a lot of files, finding texts, processing texts and so on. These tasks take a lot of time doing manually using GUI. This book aims to leverage the power of the command line tools to make your job less tedious and more enjoyable.
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