RE: linux question

From: Allen, Brandon <>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 17:11:28 -0700
Message-ID: <64BAF54438380142A0BF94A23224A31E1123120AC0_at_ONEWS06.oneneck.corp>

If you're sure it will be the only file, then you can use the "*" wildcard:

sed -i 's/"//g' *

But, you'd better be very cautious with that, making sure you're in the correct directory first and there aren't any other unexpected files in there that you don't want to edit. If you know part of the filename, it would be safer to specify as much of it as you know to minimize risk of editing the wrong files, e.g. if the file will always have a date time stamp like "myfileMMDDYYYY.txt", then you could do this:

sed -i 's/"//g' myfile*.txt


-----Original Message-----
From: Eugene Pipko []

It is going to be the only file in the directory.

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