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comment How to find the next available file suffix (file_a.txt file_b.txt etc)
The perl on-liner looks great! It does not seem to work for the first file0.txt though? It creates file*.txt.
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revised How to find the next available file suffix (file_a.txt file_b.txt etc)
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revised How to find the next available file suffix (file_a.txt file_b.txt etc)
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comment How to find the next available file suffix (file_a.txt file_b.txt etc)
@User112638726: Added, thanks!
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revised How to find the next available file suffix (file_a.txt file_b.txt etc)
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comment Escape ampersand in bash variable used as a sed argument
@Costas A comes from a data source I have no control on. Do you suggest doing some kind of pre-processing to transform "Judy&Mary" into "Judy\&Mary"?
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