I have a directory with many files with common prefix, like
gsc*_other.foo, where * is a character that goes from
a stands for
My goal is to create text files with the same
gsc* per each one (that is, the first text file has all the
gsc0_other.foo, the second all the
gsc1_other.foo, and so on).
I am a beginner with bash, so I just know that I need something like
split, but splitting over a common prefix, instead of a number of lines or size of the files.
I already made a similar script, to list files up to a maximum number of files:
find ./J0902-405/*.evt -maxdepth 1 -type f -printf '%f\n' | split -l498 -d - files_xselect.list
And I looked for many other way to change this script in what I need (like more
sed), but don't have a way to go along with that.