3 examples for lpass

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  # Login with your email 
lpass login example@example.com
# List all your accounts
lpass ls
# Find the account you want from the output and use the name or ID in the next command
# Copy password to clipboard (leave off -c to display the password)
lpass show -c --password "Google Mail"
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  # login
lpass login user@example.com

# generate pwd with 20 characters
lpass generate work/email 20

# show all pwds
lpass ls

# show pwds from a given category
lpass ls work

# copy pwd to clipboard
lpass show -cp email
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  command line version of LastPass which is to remember passwords

lpass login [--trust] [--plaintext-key [--force, -f]] USERNAME
lpass logout [--force, -f]
lpass show [--sync=auto|now|no] [--clip, -c] [--all|--username|--password|--url|--notes|--field=FIELD|--id|--name] {UNIQUENAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass ls [--sync=auto|now|no] [GROUP]
lpass edit [--sync=auto|now|no] [--non-interactive] {--name|--username|--password|--url|--notes|--field=FIELD} {NAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass generate [--sync=auto|now|no] [--clip, -c] [--username=USERNAME] [--url=URL] [--no-symbols] {NAME|UNIQUEID} LENGTH
lpass duplicate [--sync=auto|now|no] {UNIQUENAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass rm [--sync=auto|now|no] {UNIQUENAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass sync [--background, -b]