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I am trying to rename a list of variables in my script using a second list of variables. I want the variables in the second list to replace the variables in the first list such that the first variable in List 1 is renamed after the first variable in List 2, the second variable in List 1 is renamed after the second variable in List 2, the third variable in List 1 is renamed after the third variable in List 2, and so on. For example:
Also, putting the 'cd' inside the loop is a waste as you only need to go to the directory once. Try placing it before the loop.
Plus if you had of used the echo that was recommended, you would have seen the issue as outlined by archtoad6.