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Old 12th December 2008
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Default djvu conversion (c44) command

Hello folks!
I know my question will seem trivial to a programmer, but please help.
I have a lot of .jpg files in a directory, and need to convert them to .djvu format.
The c44 command doesn't seem to accept wildcards eg.: "c44 *", you can only write the actual file name one by one to have them converted.
Since I have nearly 300 files, it is quite inconvenient.
What would a small script that will do the job look like?

thank you
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