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ln -s [source] [destination] or ln -s [destination] [source] ?
find . -name [...] -exec grep '...' {} \;

And of course sed, awk and more generally shell syntax (if, loops, switch, etc).

 

Oh yeah, linking. Forgot about that one (obviously, since I need to Google it every time lol).

 

I got a good way to remember argument order for ln:
Destination is optional so it must go second.
By default ln creates a link with the name of the source in the current directory.

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