anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm need to make a batch file that makes every text file in the current directory read only except the one specified in the command prompt. My teacher gave a hint and said use the for command to loop through all the files and use the if not command to check if each file is the one specified. I have no idea how to do this, can anyone help?
Computer Science
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Here is a very simple solution..... INP=$1 echo "Match this: $INP" for x in `ls` do if [ $x != $INP ]; then chmod 444 $x fi done

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