bash alias scripts

I started to use computers since MS-Dos 3.1 days… earlier if you include load "*",8 for the commodore 64 to load games when I was 4 yrs old (maybe younger)
I’ve been struggling with linux for a little bit. Without google, I’d be lost.
But for those commands, that you’re so used to… like copy, move, and stuff, I’ve had to create aliases to make the transition easier.
What’s thrown into my “~/.bashrc” file.
alias cls='clear'
alias del='rm'
alias dir='ls'
alias e2w='sudo cp /usr/local/emc/generic.ini ~/gcode/generic.ini'
alias eg='sudo nano /usr/local/emc/generic.ini'
alias emc='/usr/local/emc/'
alias ls='ls -Ail --color=always'
alias w2e='sudo cp ~/gcode/generic.ini /usr/local/emc/generic.ini'
alias untar='tar -xvzf'






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