How do you learn the commandline? What do you use the most and why?

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  • GitHub repo tldr

    📚 Collaborative cheatsheets for console commands

    https://tldr.sh/ might be worth a look

  • GitHub repo fd

    A simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to 'find'

    Alt to find: https://github.com/sharkdp/fd and fzf https://github.com/lotabout/skim

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  • GitHub repo skim

    Fuzzy Finder in rust!

    Alt to find: https://github.com/sharkdp/fd and fzf https://github.com/lotabout/skim

  • GitHub repo xonsh

    :shell: Python-powered, cross-platform, Unix-gazing shell

    I got mine aliased to update and install, do you feel like shell is worth learning? I thought something like this would be more useful. https://xon.sh/

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