The Linux cheat Command

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The Linux cheat command lets you search for and display a list of example tasks you might do with a command, writes Seth Kenlon.

“Since the early days of Unix, well before Linux even existed,” he says, the man (short for “manual”) and info commands have been around to provide helpful documentation about specific commands. But, if you’re looking for quick examples of how to accomplish specific tasks, the cheat command is for you.

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