fzf Cheatsheet | fuzzy finder

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fzf is an opensource command-line fuzzy finder.

Start fzf on all files in the specified directory:

find path/to/directory -type f | fzf

Start fzf for running processes:

ps aux | fzf

Select multiple files with Shift + Tab and write to a file:

find path/to/directory -type f | fzf --multi > path/to/file

Start fzf with a specified query:

fzf --query "query"

Start fzf on entries that start with core and end with either go, rb, or py:

fzf --query "^core go$ | rb$ | py$"

Start fzf on entries that not match pyc and match exactly travis:

fzf --query "!pyc 'travis"

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