kevin lyda <kevin at ie.suberic.net> quoth:
> Most modern shells support csh's bang commands - bash, tcsh and zsh
> all do. While some bang commands don't work in all those shells, all
> of the following do. The plus side to using them is that no matter what
> shell you're using, these shortcuts will work.
>> For the purposes of these tips, every tip will assume these are the last
> three commands you ran:
>> % which firefox
> % make
> % ./foo -f foo.conf
> % vi foo.c bar.c
>> Getting stuff from the last command:
>> Full line: % !! becomes: % vi foo.c bar.c
> Last arg : % svn ci !$ becomes: % svn ci bar.c
In bash you can use Alt-. to fill in the last argument, it's nicer than !$
because you can see what it is before running the command.
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