The Bash command line provides nearly limitless power when it comes to executing nearly anything you want to do. Whether it is processing a set of files, editing a set of documents, handling big data, managing a system or automating a routine, Bash can do it all. This series, of which today we present the first part, is sure to arm you with the tools and methods you need to become a much more proficient Bash user. Even already advanced users will likely pickup something new and exciting. Enjoy!
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/useful-bash-command-line-tips-and-tricks-examples-part-1