UNIX Command Example: chgrp - Change Group Ownership of File(s) Directory(ies)

UNIX Command Example: chgrp - Change Group Ownership of File(s) Directory(ies)

Logon to UNIX command prompt then copy & past the bellow code to get some interesting result:

   chgrp test_dev test2/*
   Here "chgrp" is the command to Change The Ownership of file(s) or Directory(s).
   "test_dev" is the Changed Ownership of file(s) or Directory(s).
   "test2/*" are the file(s) inside "test2" Directory to which Ownership have to Change.
   If everything went well we should get some interesting result as follows:

UNIX Command Example: chgrp - Change Group Ownership of File(s) Directory(ies) - Output in the UNIX command prompt

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