Colm Buckley writes:
> On 14 May 2006, at 02:48, Sarah Fortune wrote:
>> > 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.
>> And in zsh you can use <tab> to expand any history substitutions
> before execution.
another Bash tip, similarly: http://taint.org/2005/05/04/004902a.html ;
"shell-expand-line" will do this if you want manual control over when it
happens, or "Magic Space" does it on the fly.
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