Re: how transfer uppercase .txt file into lowercase txt file
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 22:14:15 GMT
> how transfer uppercase .txt file into lowercase txt file in Linux without
> creation additional program?
You can do it with a single command like this if you want all
files to be in lower case.
for f in * ; do mv $f $( echo $f | tr a-z A-Z )
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