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Sorry for this OT but I am trying for some hours to achieve a massive
rename of files using a simple script and I have not success yet. I want
to rename files like
"RESULTS OF JAN 01 2002.txt "
i.e. all the spaces, being substituted by '_', and the last space being
completely removed [yes it has a space after the suffix]
I tried to experiment with sed/awk and creating a sample sh script with
for i in 'ls' ....
but the i takes values of 'RESULTS' 'OF' 'JAN'. This means that it doesnt
take the full filename as value, but parts of the filenames.
Can u please suggest an easy way to implement the massive rename?
Thank you very very much in advance!!!!
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