I want to run git stripspace on all my source code files, on each build (or precommit or just manually), to remove extraneous whitespace, and later maybe to format the code in a standard way, So ...
I found two seemingly contradictory answers on StackOverflow to the following questions: Concatenating Thousands of Text Files Across Hundreds of Directories (while keeping some structure) How do I ...
I would like to run: ./a.out < x.dat > x.ans for each *.dat file in the directory A. Sure, it could be done by bash/python/whatsoever script, but I like to write sexy one-liner. All I could ...
Suppose I have a bunch of files in /tmp/. I do find . -type f | xargs -iFILES And I want to do a md5sum in each file, outputting to a file with the same name, but with .md5 extension. find . ...