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Old 10-17-2007
command to get count in unzipped folder

Hi All,

Is there is a way to do this in a single unix command

I have unzipped some files into a directory ..

I want to check the count of the files in the directory and also i need to check whether the files is having read permision or not.. I know it can be done by a script isthere any way to it in a single command

Thanks,
Arun
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Old 10-17-2007
you can use a semicolon ";" to separate commands. this allows you to run multiple commands in a single string. remember if you need the output of one command to be the input of another to use a pipe "|".

$ uncompress file; wc -l path/file; etc
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Old 10-17-2007
Thanks thomas ..

But i want to list the files only which has read permision

Thanks,
Arun
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Old 10-17-2007
Code:
man test

...

    -r file       True if file exists and is readable.

# 5  
Old 10-17-2007
Quote:
Originally Posted by arunkumar_mca
Thanks thomas ..

But i want to list the files only which has read permision

Thanks,
Arun
Code:
ls -l | awk '{ if( substr($0, 2, 1) == "r" ) { print } }'

 

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