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RE: bash script

I have the one written in C for doing the job. Run a.out from the directory
where all of your files reside.
 <<a.out>>  <<tolowercase.c>> 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Vani R. [SMTP:vani@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent:	Monday, February 19, 2001 11:41 AM
> To:	LIP
> Subject:	[LIP] bash script
> Hi All,
> I have around 120 files in a directory whose names are in uppercase
> letters. I want to change all these filenames to lowercase letters. I
> can't change it manually. I want to write a script to do the same. How
> do i do that? I have .c and .h files in the directory.
> Eg: TEST.C has to be converted to test.c
> Regards,
> --vani--
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