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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
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In a folder, there are files. I have a script which reads the current date and subtract the modification date of each file.
How do I achieve this?
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modDate=$(stat -c %y $1)
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stat: illegal option -- c
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I was very surprised to not be able to find an answer to this question despite my best efforts in Google and elsewhere. Maybe it's a good thing as it forced me to finally become a member in this great forum that i use frequently.
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