Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Bash to rename portion of file using match to another Post 303039774 by cmccabe on Tuesday 15th of October 2019 06:24:55 AM
I do not know python well enough to write a script. php I have not used but have used bash with rename before. There probably is a better way but this was my attempt and I wanted to make a resonable attempt with what I have learned. Thank you Smilie.

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