I want to list all files in a directory that don't have extensions.
$ ls a.txt b c.pdf d e.png $ ls -someOption b d
What command I can use instead of
You will find that doing this will show you the contents of every directory in the working directory. If you don't want this, use:
You can put
See Greg's wiki for more information on the shell's various globbing options. Note that this is a property of the bash shell rather than the
Alternatively, you can use
...which is an internal