> > man -M/usr/man find
> > ...
> > -print Always true; causes the current path name to be
> > printed.
> 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, I posted the wrong part: this is what I really meant:
If no expression is present, -print will be used as the
expression. Otherwise, if the given expression does not con-
tain any of the primaries -exec, -ok or -print, the given
expression will be effectively replaced by:
( given_expression ) -print
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