I desire to match all files ending with a certain extension with a shell glob.
In this case I desire to target all files ending with the
.sh extension, which are bourne files I execute with the Bash shell after putting a "shebang" (like
#!/bin/bash) at their first line.
This is, for example, a cron command I have:
0 0 * * * "$HOME"/public_html/cron_daily/myfile.sh 2>/dev/null
Instead myfile.sh I need to target all files in that dir, ending with a
Is the following code correct?
0 0 * * * "$HOME"/public_html/cron_daily/*$.sh 2>/dev/null
I think this is good when using a glob: