Why do ssh, scp and sftp all have different ways of specifying the port number? I run ssh on my home computer on a non-standard port, and it’s a pain in the calf to remember which one to use when.
> ssh -p 1234 example.com
> scp -P 1234 example.com
> sftp -oPort=24 example.com (I thought this one was a joke at first)