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# 8  
Old 04-10-2002

I hope I got it now ;-)


ls -ltr | grep xxx | grep yyy | grep ... > list.txt

And than vi the file list.txt

hope this meets your expectations.

# 9  
Old 04-10-2002

Fine I have the output in result.txt what I will do after I vi result.txt I don't want to view it I want to print each file in my result.txt
# 10  
Old 04-10-2002
inpavan has given you what you ask for. Please read all posts trying to answer your question before saying they don't work.

I am also closing this thread, since a new thread is active by the OP, and merging them together at this point would only confuse things further. Please don't post the same question multiple times, geoquest.

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