Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers [Solved] Syntax error for awk in a loop Post 302648797 by Corona688 on Wednesday 30th of May 2012 11:01:54 AM
* does not work inside quotes. Remove the quotes to allow * to expand.

Code:
for X in $FILES
do
    names=$(basename $X)    
    awk '{print NF-2}' $X > count/${names}.txt 
done

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