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wat i want to do is to make a shell script that can take a path to dir as argument and then go thru the directory and in the process assign the name of the file to a variable in the script lets say $fname.
the reaon i want to do this is coz i have a idv tag editting utility so i would like this script to assign the name of the file in the dir to $fname and then call this prog with the filename.