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Write s shell script, which will receive any number of filenames as arguments. The shell script should check whether every argument is a file or a dir

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Write s shell script, which will receive any number of filenames as arguments. The shell script should check whether every argument is a file or a directory. If it is directory it should be appropriately reported. If it is a filename then name of the file as well as the number of lines present in it should be reported.

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echo -n "Enter file or dir name : "
read name

if [ -d $name ]
then
    echo "Give name is directory"
elif [ -f $name ]
then 
    echo "File name is : $name"
    echo "No of line in file is : `wc -l $name | cut -d"" -f1`"
fi 
  
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