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Old 06-27-2002
find without pathname

How can I get the results of a find back without the pathname

for example if i do

find ../../ -name \*.sql

i dont want to see


I only want to see filename.sql
# 2  
Old 06-27-2002
find ../../ -name \*.sql -print | sed 's=.*/=='
# 3  
Old 06-27-2002
Cheers perdarbo. This seems to work.

What exactly is this doing? Are there any shortfalls?
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Old 06-27-2002
That sed command deletes everything up to the last slash, which is pretty much what you asked for.

There are no "shortfalls" that I know of. As far as I know, it is right on the mark.
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