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comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
@Dennis: I got some error messages: "mv: missing file operand". I already replace the ... with the regular expression. Once I use: find . ( -name ".jpg" -o -name ".txt" ) -exec sh -c echo "{}" \; there will be nothing echo. If I remove the "sh -c", then the file names will be shown
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comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
Thanks Giles, what I mean "extract the digits or words" are something like \d for digit character and \w for word character.
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comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
The command works. But is there any regular expression feature, for example if I want to extract the digits or words?
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comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
The above suggestion is failed. The result was: mv: .' and .' are the same file
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comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
But the rename command is not found in Cygwin. So, I would like to use "mv" to rename the file.
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