In Linux, preferably using bash, what would be the best way to achieve the goal below?
Say I have a series of numbered files
001.png, 002.png, 003.png
What is the best way to move/rename them to be in the reverse order?
Bonus points: I have a series of 1500 files, I would actually like to reverse the order of ever second block of 40. Note the letters are not part of the name. I use them to indicate the uniqueness of the content.
001a, 002b, ..., 040c <- leave as is 041a, 042b, ..., 080c <- reverse order of these files 081a, 082b, ..., 120c <- leave as is 121a, 122b, ..., 160a <- reverse order of these files
001a, 002b, ..., 040c 041c, 042b, ..., 080a 081a, 082b, ..., 120c 121c, 122b, ..., 160a