The find command is a powerful, flexible way to create a list of files based on filename or part of a name, size, owner, or many other characteristics and combinations of characteristics. The find command not only searches the requested directory, but it also searches all subdirectories. The basic syntax is as follows:
find starting-dir(s) options
See Table 7.5 for other standard properties of the find command:
|Allows output to be piped or redirected||116|
|For the starting directory:|
|Allows relative and absolute pathname arguments||70|
|Allows a list of filenames and filename wildcards||292|
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