On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 12:22:28PM +0100, Jerry Walsh wrote:
> At 11:51 16/07/01 +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> >no. unless tcsh implements regexp's *really* weird, that means a
> >string beginning with foo, contains any number of chars for a while,
> >and then has a char that is neither r or e, and then the last char is c.
> >so the following starred files would be listed in your example:
> >* foo2c
> > fooec
> > foorc
> > foo2.rec
> > fooc
>> Isn't that what he wanted?
i thought he wanted all files that started with foo and ended in c except
those that ended in rec.
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