On Wed, Mar 07, 2001 at 01:07:58PM +0000, Charles Sharp wrote:
> And "~-" is shorthand for $OLDPWD. Very useful for cp'ing, as in:
>> cp ~-/foo .
awesome! thanks! i've been typing sh more and more in tcsh - mainly
for for loops and if statements, i thinks this cements it - nearly 10
years on and i'm finally graduating from my college shell to bash.
before i make the switch, does anyone here use zsh? opinions?
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