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How can I list files with a filename ending with last character and with .txt extension ?

I have tried ls *+([[:digit:]]).txt but this is true for abc12.txt and abc2.txt.

But I need to get only abc2.txt. How can I do that?

Is there any sort form of :digit: that will do this?

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It should be noted pattern is only valid with extended globbing endabled: shopt -s extglob. – donothingsuccessfully Aug 4 '12 at 17:04
up vote 11 down vote accepted

How about:

ls *[!0-9][0-9].txt

The ! at the beginning of the group complements its meaning.

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Thanks buddy ..:) – Web-E Aug 4 '12 at 17:13

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