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Bash. Problem writing a script

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Hello, I'm a beginner in programming and I'm having trouble writing a script.
Write a script with two parameters: file name mask and directory name.
The script's task is to display a list of file names from the given directory, matching the given mask together with the name of the owner and his UID number
I am asking for advice on the execution of the script.
Regards. :)

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  1. ! # / Bin / bash
  2. find "$ 1" -name "*. $ 2" -exec stat -c "% N% u% U" '{}' \;
Jan 18 '20 #1
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  1. #!/bin/bash
  2. find $1 -name *.$2 -exec stat -c "%N%u%U" {} \;
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Jan 19 '20 #2

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