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Old 06-07-2010, 06:15 AM   #1
AshishJogeshwar
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Pipelining data of find command in an array after processing the contents of the data


Hi

I am searching for a file in a specific folder using the following command and storing it in a log file

find . -maxdepth 2 -type f -name "components.xml" -print | while read obj
do
basename `dirname $obj` >> avail_list.log
done


Here i want to do the following
1. Store each entry after processing in an array variable.
2. Use this array variables as arguments to function calls.

Here my primary objective is to store the entries from 'find' command in an array.

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Ashish
 
  


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