Tired of retyping your long command lines? Try aliasing! I am currently running on Ubuntu OS. But you can google your counterpart OS for sure, but here is the idea:

On your terminal open your .bashrc

> sudo nano ~/.bashrc

Here you setup a puf equates to the long command line you always use. For my case it is the phpunit with the --filter argument. Go to the last line by CTRL+W and CTRL+V . At the bottom of the file you can paste your alias.

> alias puf="~/.composer/vendor/phpunit/phpunit/phpunit --filter"
# this is composer global vendor

> alias psf="vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix" 
# this is project folder specific

Don't forget to source it to save the alias after saving it

> source ~/.bashrc

Now, you can run your command like a normal one

> puf UserRegistrationTest