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mv is a Unix command that moves a file to a target location.

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A simple way to do this in bash is mv {Foo/*,Foo/.*} Bar/ But this will also move directories. If you want to move all files including hidden but don't want to move any directory you can use a for loop and test. for i in $(ls -d {Foo/*,Foo/.*});do test -f $i && mv -v $i Bar/; done; …
answered Aug 11 '13 by Boris Month