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search for a find with extension in any directory using TCL

search for a find with extension in any directory using TCL

search for a find with extension in any directory using TCL

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Hi,
I would like to have your help to write a search for a find with extension like .txt in any directory using TCL.
I know how to do it in Perl but in TCL the glob command seems to be slow to search for the file in a hug directory.

Thanks
Tony

RE: search for a find with extension in any directory using TCL

Hi Tony,

What did you really try and was too slow ?

A command like
glob -directory <your_dir> *.txt
should e OK

BR,
Marcel

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