>> man -M/usr/man find
> -print Always true; causes the current path name to be
>Not sure if your suggesting that this corrects Nick but Just to clear it up
"-print Always true;" means that it is evaluated as true always and so has
no impact on the expression you form on the find commmand line (other then
to print the path) - it DOES NOT mean that it is always the default option.
(Such is my understanding)
Sorry if this was not you intention or suggestion - i just wanted to clear
I'd probably be better off if I know what "Blech" means :)
P.S. One of the cool options on find is the -mtime [RTFM :) ].
Find is really up there with xargs on the usefulness scale. :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lars Hecking [mailto:lhecking at nmrc.ucc.ie]
> Sent: 26 April 2000 17:11
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [ILUG] solaris find
>>> Nick Hilliard writes:
> > > well, "find . -name <filename>" always does it for me.
> > On Solaris, unless you specify the "-print" option, this
> will do nothing
> > except trash your disk.
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