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Need shell script to move files

Hi ,

I need a simple shell script to move the files from one directory to another directory after every 1 hour..!!! ??
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I believe that with a little bit of research on your part you could answer this yourself.

Possible hints: cp, test, if, find, cron

And please search before asking.
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