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Old 11-08-2010
Java Multiple file rename (change in filename in unix with single command

Dear All,

Please help !

i ham having 300 file with E.G. PMC1_4567.arc in seq. like PMC1_4568.arc,PMC1_4569.arc ...n and so on.. i want all those file to be rename like PMC_4567.arc ,PMC_4568.arc .. mean i want to remove 1 from first file name ..

pls help..
 
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mlib_GraphicsDrawArc, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_32, mlib_Graphics- DrawArc_A_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_A_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_AB_8, mlib_Graphics- DrawArc_AB_32 - draw arc SYNOPSIS
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