simple bash scripting help
Back in the good old days, before *nix allowed file or directory names with spaces as part of the name I could create a script for example, called "lm" , put it in my bin directory, and execute it as such :-
ll T* W*
and the output would be exactly the same as if I had typed in:-
ls -al T* W* | more
Maybe I'm getting too old or too lazy, but after reading the "Bash Scripting Guide" pdf from tldp.org, I still can't for the life of me work out how to do this. Can any of you young whipper snappers out there show me the way please?
I'm guessing that the "ll" should be "lm". Otherwise I can't make
sense of your post.
The lm script just needs this:
ls -al "$@" | more
And who are you calling old????
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