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Permissions: letters to numbers

Posted on 2007-03-25
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Hello,

I need to change the permissions for a few directories.

I understand that  "drwxrwxrwx" is equivalent to "777"

but I need the numbers that correspond to these:

                drwxr-xr-x
                drwx--x--x
                drwx------


Please help,

Thanks!
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