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Fix Command Typos Quickly



By: mendesdomnic

March 19, 2008 1:41 am

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Fix command typos smart and quickly.

You want to create a directory. We do the same using the mkdir command.

But oops you type mkdri by mistake. How do you fix this? Well instead of the usual backspace and retyping, Use the Ctrl+T keys and the command will be fixed for you.

$mkdri

Ctrl+T

$mkdir

Same applies to other commands. The above is just an example.

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