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Shell Scripting: Insert value from website into curl request

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Using Linux and Shell Scripting, I want a list of all files along with their mime types.

I get the mime type like this:
file -i filename.txt

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This does NOT work:
for f in *; \
do mime=file -i $f; echo "File: $f - Mime: $mime"; \
done

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Question by:hankknight
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Try this:

for f in *; 
do mime=`file -i $f`; echo "File: $f - Mime: $mime"; 
done

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