macos - run - terminal commands mac cheat sheet
“Illegal option” error when using find on macOS (1)
The first argument to
find is the path where it should start looking. The path
. means the current directory.
find . -type f -name '*R'
You must provide at least one path, but you can actually provide as many as you want:
find ~/Documents ~/Library -type f -name '*R'
I am trying to list the files only with the letter "R" at the end. I used
find as follows in macOS Terminal,
find -type f -name '*R'
But I got the message saying
illegal option --t.