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Computational Science PhD student
University of Texas El Paso
Climate & Energy Science Student Organization President
National Energy Technology Laboratory Intern
NSF LSAMP Fellow


Apr
27
comment How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
@jw013: Thanks for the heads up... I fixed the question so that it has 'hmf', as I meant to put :)
Apr
27
revised How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
edited body
Apr
26
comment How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
@DeepakMittal: I'm not sure what you mean... could you elaborate?
Apr
26
asked How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
Apr
26
accepted How do I remove multiple files with a common prefix and suffix?
Apr
26
comment How do I remove multiple files with a common prefix and suffix?
This is a very clever work around the 'argument list too long' error. In my case, I have twenty thousand files, so I guess I would have to use a for loop from 0,..,20. Right?
Apr
26
asked How do I remove multiple files with a common prefix and suffix?
Mar
20
comment How to rename multiple files by removing the extension?
Thanks so much! I never realized that there were different versions of 'rename'. I assume there are other subtle differences between the commands in debian & redhat. I'll have to lookup some of their differences.
Mar
20
accepted How to rename multiple files by removing the extension?
Mar
19
comment How to rename multiple files by removing the extension?
That's fine... I'm importing files from windows to linux :)
Mar
19
asked How to rename multiple files by removing the extension?
Mar
2
awarded  Editor
Mar
2
revised how can I rename multiple files by removing a character or string?
edited title
Mar
2
accepted how can I rename multiple files by removing a character or string?
Mar
2
comment how can I rename multiple files by removing a character or string?
i'd probably want to remove the 'ras.'. would the command be very different?
Mar
2
asked how can I rename multiple files by removing a character or string?
Mar
2
accepted how can I rename multiple files by inserting a character?
Mar
2
comment how can I rename multiple files by inserting a character?
Can you help me to understand what the / notation means?
Mar
2
asked how can I rename multiple files by inserting a character?
Feb
11
awarded  Supporter