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Apr 4, 2014

I take a few minutes to explain a quick mass renaming shortcut using sed I use when I have multiple files that I need to rename.  I used the example of spaces in filenames, but you can use this to append a name to multiple files.

Another way to easily change files is to use the 'tr' command. You can change a filename from all lowercase to all uppercase letters, or even remove non-printable characters from filenames.

 

Take a look, please leave feedback.  I know there are other ways using awk, perl, and others.  This is just another way to do it.

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