Pipe grep to copy files based on name.
I just finished restoring some files from a friend's hard disk. All files are now into a folder and I need to transfer some of them.
While it's easy to copy files with a certain extension, I cannot understand how I can copy them using the filenames.
To select files to copy based on the extension, I just use cp *.(extension) /destination/folder/.
To list items based in name, I used
ls | grep name\ to\ search
cp | grep name\ to\ search
How do I pipe grep to cp to transfer files based on name?
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