How many lines in your c project?

find . -type f -name *.[ch] -exec wc -l {} \;

By: sch3m4
2011-05-03 13:16:00

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You need to quote the glob *.[ch] to prevent it from expanding in the current directory. Also why not to use + instead of \;
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Thanks for sharing, I will definitely try this. -Sam
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Knightshift009 · 66 weeks and 4 days ago
Thank you so much for the command! nice!
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I am new to programming and this website is helping me and it is a cool way to improve my programming skills.
Dianesdfda · 60 weeks and 1 day ago
I have discover more here, I can improve my programming skill thanks to this forum.
Dianesdfda · 46 weeks and 2 days ago
The above command is mainly used for recursively searching your project's directories and summing the lines Gooey Artist of every source. The line of code for performing these operations is provided here. I am looking here for more details on that and keep sharing the updates here.
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fehovem · 34 weeks and 3 days ago
Thanks for sharing these command. I'll try this out. Small Office Fitouts
KirstenMarby · 22 weeks and 3 days ago
Thank you for sharing your project, it helped me a lot. Recently, I was preparing my project on a specialized subject, and this also turned out to be a difficult task. Therefore, I decided to seek help from this source, and it helped me to cope with the written part of this assignment. And this greatly simplified my task and made it more qualitative.
ThomasWillcox · 21 weeks and 5 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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