Was looking through some old documents ( From 2007! ) and I ran across a neat command that I had forgotten about. This command searches through your bash shell history for the most commonly used commands and prints them out in order with the count next to it.

history | cut -b8- | sort | uniq -c | sort -n | tac | head -n 10

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