Unix Tip #4405- April 3, 2014


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VIEWING ALL C FILES AT ONCE


To view all C files in all
subdirectories IN ONE COMMAND
Just say:

vi `find . -name "*.c" `

This will find all C files and
outpud of find in the input to vi.

While is vi, use the command ":n" to
view each next file.

This tip generously supported by: dkotian1@rediffmail.com

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