On May 19, 9:16    𮮮
> Calvin wrote:
> > On May 19, 6:36 am, Martin DeMello <martindeme... / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> Yes, that's correct, as long as ruby1.9 is in your path.
>
> >> Also you can say cd ~/Desktop/programs rather than three separate cds.
> >> And don't miss tab completion, if you're using bash.
>
> >> martin
>
> > Hi Martin,
>
> > I am using bash... what is "tab completion" and how do I do it?
>
> Start typing enough of the directory name, and by pressing tab bash will
> finish it for you -- if what you have is enough to identify it uniquely.
>
> For example, if you are in /home/me and you want to get to
> scripts/ruby/tests, try "cd scr" don't press return, press tab and scr
> will expand to scripts, then "/ru" and do the same thing, then "/te" tab
> and you'll have
> cd scripts/ruby/tests
> now you can hit return, and all you actually typed was cd
> scr[TAB]/ru[TAB]/te[TAB]
>
> Hopefully that is clear enough...a lot of CLI (and GUI) apps use tab
> completion (eg, google).
> --
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That's pretty useful information! Thanks a bunch for your time!