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Date: 2016mar6 Language: bash Q. How can I increment a variable in a loop? A. The modern way to increment a variable in bash is:((var++))where var is the name of your variable. In a loop:i=1 for orig in `ls *.jpg`; do padded=`printf '%03d' $i` mv $orig $padded.jpg ((i++)) done
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