Most often when we try to execute a command at the shell we do
some mistakes like missing out a char or misspelling it.
Here is a easy way of correcting the mistake without having
to type the entire command again!.
In the below command "name" has been misspelled as "naem"
The above command would be valid if we replace "em" (in naem)
to "me"( to have name ). Use carrots to make this change
find . -name "*.txt" -print
This technique works well with bash and csh.
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