Spider Solitaire

Ignazio Palmisano ignazio_io at yahoo.it
Thu Dec 4 16:39:40 UTC 2008

Steven Vollom wrote:
> Ignazio Palmisano wrote:
>> Steven Vollom wrote:
>>> I will have to practice many times before I am able to remember what 
>>> I am doing and what the anticipated result will be.  (Old w/fading 
>>> memory).
>> What's the use of memory for this? To remember long strings of 
>> commands and their use is the right job for a file.
>> HTH,
>> I.
> Ignazio,
> I am laughing right now.  You all are so wonderful, in trying to help 
> me.  If I understand your last comment, are you talking about computer 
> memory or my personal memory?  '(Old w/fading memory)'  refers to me.  I 
> am struggling to keep my brain functioning.  I am getting old and like 
> everyone old, I have memory loss.

No, I mean that a file is the place where to keep all this details, 
while you should just commit to memory how to open the file :) then you 
will automagically remember the complex command lines and what they do. 
That's how I do it, I have only to know how to search through the mails 
or read some man pages. There is no point in remembering every detail of 
every command, it's enough to know how to find them.

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