find all executable files across the entire tree

find -executable -type f
I can think of using this command after compiling an downloaded source from anywhere as an easy way to find all executable products. We usually issue the find command (without arguments) to list the full paths of all directories and sub-directories and files in the entire current tree. Similar command is tree -aicfnF

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By: knoppix5
2020-03-29 11:46:18

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