Teorema matemático criado e provado de propósito para episódio do Futurama

Acabo de saber pelo Neatorama.com que o produtor do Futurama, David X. Cohen, pediu a um membro do staff com doutoramento em matemática, de nome Ken Keeler, para criar e provar um teorema de propósito para o décimo episódio da próxima temporada da série...

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  • The grep command is a hugely powerful way to search through files. Like many command line utilities, once you're comfortable using it, you will discover that it is surprisingly fast and accurate.

    However, many Linux users only bother to learn one or two grep options and then use them as a kind of one-size-fits-all approach to searching. A little time spent learning what grep can do will pay dividends – and there's nothing more satisfying than knowing exactly how to use a command to find something in a jiffy.

    We'll start out with the basics and build up a repertoire of ways to use grep, before finishing with some things to check out if you're still hungry for more.

    tags: linux, command, grep, sysadmin, howto

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