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 Duncan went through a set of tools which he has used to boost his efficiency in his job as a programming over the last 20 odd years.  Most of these commands were based around minimal keystrokes, usually single character commands. It was also important for his tools to keep previous output on the screen. Duncan went through a set of tools which he has used to boost his efficiency in his job as a programming over the last 20 odd years.  Most of these commands were based around minimal keystrokes, usually single character commands. It was also important for his tools to keep previous output on the screen.
  
-With the following bin.tgz untar this into your /home/<user>/bin directory and please read the source before running the command to see what it does:\\ +Duncan's programming tools - https://github.com/duncan-roe/command_line_tools.git  (bin and source subdirectories)\\
-Duncan's programming tools - https://github.com/duncan-roe/command_line_tools.git\\+
 {{:workshops:bashrc.tar|.bashrc file within a tar}} (Note: make a backup of your .bashrc file first) {{:workshops:bashrc.tar|.bashrc file within a tar}} (Note: make a backup of your .bashrc file first)
  
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