Let's start with one of the great, Free and Open Source text editing tool which enables its user lot of flexibility and extensibility. It is "GNU EMACS". As the GNU EMACS Manual explain about it as, the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor. For a beginner, it is very hard to understand the above mentioned quote though. We are going to discuss and we are starting the tutorial series with the hands on example to make learning process easier and faster for everyone. There are many different kinds of usages of Emacs. We are going to start with very basic "know-hows" tutorials eventually moving to advanced ones. So, let's start the wonderful journey.
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Wednesday, 31 August 2016
BASH Script: Compare File Sizes Within Given Date Range
After the Previous Post, let's discuss another important task. Compare Files / Folders sizes from one location to another. There are many ways to do this task in LINUX. Also one can find multiple commands as well. We will discuss one specific scenario as follows.
Posted by Yogesh Desai at 23:34:00 2 comments:
Labels: awk, Bash, Bash Scripting, Compare Files, Shell, Shell Scripting
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