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 As Commandline Tool
 -------------------
 
-Once you install FsQuass, it can work as command line tool. It's almost like GNU find, except that it *only searches* and does not try to be a Swiss knife. There are no options in it::
+Once you install FsQuass, it can work as command line tool. It's almost like `GNU find <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Find>`_, except that it *only searches* and does not try to be a Swiss knife. There are no options in it::
 
 	$ fsquass '/home/*'
 	/home/siberiano
 Syntax
 ------
 
-The syntax is essentially Unix filename patterns + some powerful extensions. Some simplest examples::
+The syntax is essentially Unix filename patterns + some powerful extensions. Patterns work via :py:mod:`fnmatch` module. The special characters used in shell-style wildcards are: ``*``, ``?`` (any single character), ``[abc]`` (a, b or c), ``[!abc]`` anything but them. Some simple examples::
 
-	folder/folder/file.txt
-	folder/*/file.txt
+	folder/folder/file.py[co]
+	folder/*/*.txt
 	/etc/hosts
 	/var/log/*.log
 	./file
 
 	strange\;name1;strange\;name2
 
-.. _shell-patterns:
-
-Shell Patterns
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-.. index:: module: fnmatch
-
-Patterns work via :py:mod:`fnmatch` module. The special characters used in shell-style wildcards are:
-
-+------------+------------------------------------+
-| Pattern    | Meaning                            |
-+============+====================================+
-| ``*``      | matches everything                 |
-+------------+------------------------------------+
-| ``?``      | matches any single character       |
-+------------+------------------------------------+
-| ``[seq]``  | matches any character in *seq*     |
-+------------+------------------------------------+
-| ``[!seq]`` | matches any character not in *seq* |
-+------------+------------------------------------+
-
 .. _set-operations:
 
 Set Operations