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I asked a question:

Create Bash Alias That Accepts Commands

but now I can not find it.

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Here it is: Create bash alias that accepts arguments

You can find your questions/answers by going into your profile.

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  • I din't notice. However, the question is closed and remains unanswered. And that one other duplicate question, I do not understand at all.
    – user487583
    Aug 19 at 13:24
  • Maybe it will solve your problem. But it did not help me with my example.
    – user487583
    Aug 19 at 13:25
  • @ubunShitu The question is closed as a duplicate of another - how to add aliases. Aliases accept arguments the same as the program that the alias would be calling. That's why it's closed as a duplicate - have you checked that the duplicate that your question is closed as doesn't, in fact, help you?
    – Thomas Ward Mod
    Aug 19 at 14:28
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    In order to get a sufficiently different answer, you must ask a sufficiently different question. "It did not help me" does not make the question different.
    – user535733
    Aug 21 at 16:22

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