Last article I talked about tora installation from the sources, but if that is too much for you then you can use this one liner:
rpm -ivh "http://amit-agarwal.co.in/mystuff/tora-2.1.3-1.fc16.i686.rpm"
But if you like the hard way out, then you can always try this.
Here is something that I found on the commandlinefu
cp /work/host/phone/ui/main.cpp !#$:s/host/target
Ah well…its very interesting and very useful.
!# – means the current command (similar to !! being the last command)
$ – represents the last parameter
:s – is used for substitution.