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comment Using group by in ls
@mauro.stettler ah right I am using gawk on windows. sort - n doesn't work.
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comment Using group by in ls
what do -ne, $n\t, *$n 2/dev/null, ' || mean?
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comment Using group by in ls
@mauro.stettler not bad but that will include files with no extension. Also not sure what the -n is for at the end of the second sort.
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comment Using group by in ls
works in bash. My mistake. I have updated comment
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comment Using group by in ls
Thanks. That works via a bash shell. Can you explain what the characters mean? Just so I learn something as opposed to copy the answer.
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