Link: Perform Multiple Operations in Linux with the ‘xargs’ Command

Xargs is a useful command that acts as a bridge between two commands, reading output of one and executing the other with the items read. The command is most commonly used in scenarios when a user is searching for a pattern, removing and renaming files, and more.

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While the xargs command can be used in various command line operations, it comes in really handy when used with the find command. In this article, we will discuss some useful examples to understand how xargs and find can be used together.

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