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Mar 282011
 

Swap last two characters in Bash

Answer:

Sometimes it is easy to mis-type characters in the wrong order, e.g. typed "sl" instead of "ls"

To swap it, use the little know Bash's trick: Ctrl + t

E.g.

# sl 
[Ctrl + t]

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