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I'm a professional QA Engineer. Have a B.Sc in Electronics Engineering.


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Audio (recording/mixing)

Programming: Python, Perl, Bash, C#

OS: Different Linux flavors

Algorithmic\Automated trading


May
24
accepted How to change permissions of multiple files found with find command?
May
22
awarded  Self-Learner
May
22
revised How to change permissions of multiple files found with find command?
added 1 characters in body
May
22
comment How do I delete a file whose name begins with “-” (hyphen a.k.a. dash or minus)?
One more issue with this command is that there must be a space between {} and \;, otherwise it won't work.
May
22
answered How to change permissions of multiple files found with find command?
May
22
asked How to change permissions of multiple files found with find command?
May
4
comment match files based on an md5 using find
@sean If it works for you, please consider accepting the answer.
May
4
comment Why do I get error 255 when returning -1
Thank you for your detailed answer!
May
4
accepted Why do I get error 255 when returning -1
May
4
asked Why do I get error 255 when returning -1
May
4
revised No syntax coloring in vim for me, but ok for my students
formatting
May
4
suggested suggested edit on No syntax coloring in vim for me, but ok for my students
May
2
answered find command in cygwin giving parameter format not correct
May
1
comment What is this Bash line supposed to mean?
See no reason to paste a plane manual pages. It was already mentioned here that manuals have the answers for the question.
Apr
30
accepted Delete files of certain size range
Apr
30
comment Delete files of certain size range
@l0b0 Actually I can't find any reference to it in the info as well..
Apr
30
comment Delete files of certain size range
@jw013 Great! That works for me. Thanks! Please post it as your answer and I will accept it.
Apr
30
comment Delete files of certain size range
Thank you for your answer. However, as @jw013 mentioned in his comment, find conditions are logically AND'd by default. So I just added one more size condition and it worked fine! The final command looks like: find . -maxdepth 1 -size +358c -size -395c -delete
Apr
30
comment Delete files of certain size range
Thank you for your answer! Should this part of code be entered as a single line?
Apr
30
asked Delete files of certain size range