Infomercial-style qualifier: These instructions were created on Ubuntu 18.04. Your mileage may vary.
I find myself constantly Googling Linux commands and then promptly forgetting them. This morning I decided to find a better way, and after creating my own process I thought I'd share. Hopefully it's useful to someone in the future.
Bonus: Found something useful along the way: https://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse
Create an alias named
allcomm and save it in your
echo "alias allcomm=\"compgen -A function -abck\"" >> ~/.bashrc
Reload your .bashrc so the changes will take effect.
allcomm zip zip zipnote zipcloak zipgrep zipinfo zipsplit zipdetails
Searching via grep:
allcomm | grep search_string_here
allcomm | grep zip zip preunzip unzip zipnote unzipsfx zipcloak zipgrep zipinfo funzip prezip-bin mzip zipsplit zipdetails gpg-zip prezip bzip2recover bunzip2 gunzip gzip bzip2