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In linux, create files kevintest1.txt to kevintest10.txt in quickhand way (i.e. without having to specify all filesnames in full, one by one).

touch kevintest{1..10}.txt

^^ note the use of {}, called brace expansion

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In linux, create files kevintest1.txt to kevintest10.txt in quickhand way (i.e. without having to specify all filesnames in full, one by one).
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In linux, create files kevintest1.txt to kevintest10.txt in quickhand way (i.e. without having to specify all filesnames in full, one by one).

touch kevintest{1..10}.txt

^^ note the use of {}, called brace expansion

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ecuting it. bash performs several textual modifications to the command-line, proceeding in the following order: Brace expansion We have already shown how you can use, for example, the shorthand <span>touch file_{one,two,three}.txt to create multiple files file_one.txt , file_two.txt , and file_three.txt . This is known as brace expansion and occurs before any other kind of modification to the command-line. Tilde

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