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UNIX Find for top_*.gif

Posted on 2002-06-05
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I need to doa UNIX find, for top_{anything}.gif

I usually run this for a regular file name find:
find . -name 'filename.ext' -print > $HOME/results.txt

How do I search through all .GIF's for a file name of "top_"-anything?

Thanks,
spreeez
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ind . -name 'top_*.gif' -print
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find . -name 'top_*.gif' -print
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I guess that one was easy as pie... thanks!

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