Bash syntax with native NT commands
Mon Jun 4 17:04:00 GMT 2001
> Earl wrote:
> > Is there a general set of rules to describe how to quote
> properly bash
> > syntax with regard to native NT commands and fileystem?
> > For example, I'm trying to get the NT command FIND to work
> within BASH:
> First, let me caution that there exists a UNIX style `find' executable
> your /bin directory also.
> > find /I "text" \\ server\c$\textfile.txt
> cmd /c find /I "text' \\\\server\\c$\\textfile.txt
I think you meant:
cmd /c find /I "text" \\\\server\\c$\\textfile.txt
Notice the second double quote.
Personally, I find the /bin/find syntax much saner.
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