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The command line tool "s" is a shorthand notation for the "statistics" command. It is commonly used in Unixlike operating systems, such as Linux, to provide basic statistical analysis of numerical data input. The tool calculates various statistical measures such as mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and variance of the given data. It is particularly useful for analyzing large datasets or automating statistical calculations through scripts or pipelines.
List of commands for s:

bashmarks:tldr:5bd0c bashmarks: Save the current directory as "bookmark_name".$ s ${bookmark_name}try on your machineexplain this command

clifm:tldr:be49d clifm: Select all PNG files in the current directory.$ s *.pngtry on your machineexplain this command

s:tldr:8b6b0 s: Use a specified binary to perform the search query.$ s binary "${binary} ${arguments}" ${query}try on your machineexplain this command

s:tldr:f20d1 s: Search for a query with a given provider.$ s provider ${provider} ${query}try on your machineexplain this command