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jrnl: View the last ten entries.
$ jrnl -n ${10}
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The command "jrnl -n ${10}" is used to execute the "jrnl" command with a specific option and argument.

Here's a breakdown of the components in the command:

  • "jrnl" is the name of the command being executed. It refers to a journaling tool, typically used to manage and track personal logs or entries.
  • "-n" is an option/flag provided to the "jrnl" command. In this case, it may stand for "number," indicating that the command expects a number as an argument.
  • "${10}" is the argument provided to the "-n" option. In this context, the number "10" is being passed as an argument, which indicates that the command should perform a certain action associated with the number 10.

The specific functionality of the "-n" option and the action associated with the number 10 would depend on the documentation or specifications of the "jrnl" command.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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