I recently learned how to use:
to find things on my system.Code:find / -name *Whatever I'm looking for* -print 2> /dev/null
My question is, is there a way to set this as a bash alias that will allow me to put whatever I want to search for between the *s before running the command?
Ideally I'd type the alias in the terminal and then be able to edit the command before it launches. It seems that when whenever I use an alias, the command is executed right then.