On Wed, 19 December 2001, Scott Klement wrote:

> Incidentally, the touch command has a "-c" switch that will prevent it
> from creating files when they don't exist.  So you could solve your
> *.jsp problem by simply typing:
>
>      touch -c *.jsp

A faster way is:

 ===>  call qshell/touch ('-c' '*.jsp')

No need to jump into QSH first. That is, I just realized these can be called 
direct from a command line. (Duh!) Now to see what good that does me...

Tom Liotta

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