I have some 100000 (.dat) 1.dat, 2.dat,3.dat etc until 100000.dat files which look like this:
1.dat
All my files 1.dat until 100000.dat look the same but with different numbers.
I have to first add all the numbers in each file and divide each number with that number and store the result in .div file.
This is what I mean:
Lets take above example: 1.dat
1. I add all the numbers present in 1.dat. The result is: 15.53
2. Now I divide each number in this 1.dat file with 15.53
That is
and my final 1.div will look like this:
I have to follow the same procedure for all my other files that is create 2.div, 3.div for its corresponding .dat files that is for 4.dat, I create 4.div, 5.dat, I create 5.div and so on.
I have tried this but I guess there are minor mistakes. Moreover, it is not iterating over all the files in the directory.
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