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You can use any of the wildcard characters to generate a list of filenames to use with cp or mv. For example, suppose you need to copy all your C source code files to a given directory. Instead of listing each one individually on the command line, you could use a * character with the .c extension to match on and generate a list of C source code files (all files with a .c extension). In the next example, the user copies all source code files in the current directory to the sourcebks directory:
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If you want to copy all the files in a given directory to another directory, you could use * to match on and generate a list of all those files in a cp command. In the next example, the user copies all the files in the props directory to the oldprop directory. Notice the use of a props pathname preceding the * special characters. In this context, props is a pathname that will be appended before each file in the list that * generates.
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You can, of course, use any of the other special characters, such as ., , or []. In the next example, the user copies both source code and object code files (.c and .o) to the projbk directory:
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When you copy a file, you may want to give the copy a different name than the original. To do so, place the new filename after the directory name, separated by a slash.
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In the next example, the file newprop is copied to the directory props and the copy is given the name version1. The user then changes to the props directory and lists the files. Only one file exists, which is called version1.
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$ cp newprop props/version1 $ cd props $ ls version1
You can use the mv command either to rename a file or to move a file from one directory to another. When using mv to rename a file, you simply use the new filename as the second argument. The first argument is the current name of the file you are renaming.
$ mv original-filename new-filename
In the next example, the proposal file is renamed with the name version1:
$ mv proposal version1
As with cp, it is easy for mv to erase a file accidentally. When renaming a file, you might accidentally choose a filename already used by another file. In this case, that other file will be erased. The mv command also has an -i option that checks first to see if a file by that name already exists. If it does, then you are asked first if you want to overwrite it. In the next example, a file already exists with the name version1. The overwrite condition is detected and you are asked whether you want to overwrite that file.
$ ls proposal version1 $ mv -i version1 proposal Overwrite proposal n $
You can move a file from one directory to another by using the directory name as the second argument in the mv command. In this case, you can think of the mv command as simply moving a file from one directory to another, rather than renaming the file. After you move the file, it will have the same name as it had in its original directory unless you specify otherwise.
$ mv filename directory-name
If you want to rename a file when you move it, you can specify the new name of the file after the directory name. The directory name and the new filename are separated by a forward slash. In the next example, the file newprop is moved to the directory props and renamed as version1:
$ mv newprops props/version1 $ cd props $ ls version1
You can also use any of the special characters described in 5 to generate a list of filenames to use with mv. In the next example, the user moves all source code files in the current directory to the newproj directory:
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