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2 hours ago by

inStem, India

Hi,
I have around 500 directories, and I wish to first create an empty text file within each of these and then process my data files contained within sub-directories and redirect the output into the respective text files.

An example of my existing folders - exisiting/main/sub1/sub2/sub3/sub4/sub5/sub6/data.tsv.bz2

What I wish to do - create main/sub1.txt & extract data.tsv.bz2 > main/sub1.txt

I have figured how to redirect my output into the desired files, but I am facing issues with creating the .txt files.

Tha command tried for the same is for i in */; do touch $i.txt; done. This creates a file named .txt within the main folder. So I also tried for i in */ ; do cd "$i"; for j in */; do ( touch $j.vcf ) done; done, which gave me an error saying

bash: cd: main/: No such file or directory

Since I have typed the command from my existing directory, it first identifies the main directory. I want to be able to provide the name of the sub1 directory while creating sub1.txt

Is there any way to get around this problem?

Thanks in advance

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