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comment Command to get to bottom of tree
@SahandMozaffari before find prints ./a/very/long/path/to/some/where/else it definitely prints ./a, ./a/very, ... that's why it works ;-)
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comment Command to get to bottom of tree
@Colin747 please see my updated answer...
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answered Command to get to bottom of tree
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revised how do I write find expression (atime = ctime) (access time = change time)
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answered how do I write find expression (atime = ctime) (access time = change time)
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comment Get exit code from subshells that are running in parallel
@HenkLangeveld: I have updated my answer in response to your objection
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revised Get exit code from subshells that are running in parallel
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answered Get exit code from subshells that are running in parallel
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comment Get exit code from subshells that are running in parallel
(echo "starting b"; b; exit $?) - the exit $? is definitely redundant. You can leave it off and the subshell will return exit code from b anyway.
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answered Replacing lines of texts with another in different files in Unix