Last Updated on April 21, 2023
|List directory contents. It's a drop-in replacement for ls -l
|Execute a command repeatedly, and monitor the output in full-screen mode
|Count lines, words, and bytes
|Locate the binary, source, and manual page files for a command
|Locate a program in the user's path
|Display who is logged in and related data (processes, boot time)
|Print the username associated with the current effective user ID
|Client for the whois directory service
|Execute a command with piped arguments coming from another command, a file, etc
|Output something repeatedly. Commonly used to answer yes to every prompt by install commands
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