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File Handling of Unix, Please help!!

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I wanted to get the permission of a file in linux, how do I do that?

For example, file "sample" has a file permission of -rw-r--r--, then i created a new file "sample2". Newly created file doesn't have any permission so it should be something like ----------, now what i want to do is to copy the permission of "sample" file to "sample2".

do any of you guys encouter this kind of situation?

I would greatly appreciate if you can share your ideas..

Thanks!
Oct 2 '06 #1
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