> Now watch what I've done to keep myself comfortable with DCL syntax:
> alias dir/dat/siz/own/prot ls -l
> And now, when I'm typing in my Unix shell:
> it shows me the contents of the directory. Really much more convenient
> than cryptic 'ls -l', isn't it? ;-)
"direc/siz/sec/dat" ? -:)
^^^missed in original mail -:)
... tha way use "del" also...Quote:> Heck, I could even change cryptic 'rm' to the much more meaningful 'delete',
I also. For the command that I use more than 10 time per day. *ONLY* !Quote:> or confusing 'man' to 'help'...
> (naw, in reality I prefer 2-letter-words instead of 4-letter-words)
The LD (dir/sec/siz, yes - GEORGE3), CD (and rest of DOS), PAGE
(when command not /PAGEable) etc. still in use.
But if I must find the right construct for (b.ex.)
SEARCH/WIND=(2,4)/MATCH=AND [*...*TEST*...]*.TXT THE_TEXT
on UN*X (yes, grep *is* powerful) one time per week then I am unhappy...
Regards - Gotfryd