Dev Tip: Use Tabs to Autocomplete File Paths

Save your pair programming partner pain from watching you type out every letter in a file path.
Use tabs to auto complete the file paths!

Most commands support auto-completing file paths by inputting a few of the starting letters of the file path then hitting tabs.
This works in DOS, PowerShell, and the terminal in Linux and MacOS.

Protip: Create a custom alias to the directory that you’ll routinely navigate to.
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Dev Tip: Sort content in clipboard on MacOs & Linux

Run this in your terminal to sort the text in your clipboard

pbpaste | sort | pbcopy

Use `sort -n` to sort lines beginning with numbers.

pbpaste | sort -n | pbcopy

Code Break Down:
`pbpaste` paste the clipboard content into the standard input.
`sort` sorts the standard input.
`pbcopy` copies what comes from the standard output.

Run `man sort` to fine out more about the sorting options.

In Linux, you can add support for `pbpaste` and `pbcopy` by adding aliases commands to `xclip` in your ~/.bash_rc.
More information here