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When defining your aliases one thing you have to keep in mind is actually making it so they're easy to remember now there's a bunch of ways that this could be done but one such way is to define a structured rule set that you try to always follow when defining your shell aliases, whether those be bash, fish, zsh or even powershell aliases. Remembering a set of rules is going to be considerably easier than remembering a bunch of random cryptic aliases at least for me anyway.
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