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Write a shell script, which reports names and sizes of all files in a directory whose size is exceeding 1000 bytes

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Write a shell script, which reports names and sizes of all files in a directory (directory which is supplied as a argument to the shell script) whose size is exceeding 1000 bytes. The filenames should be printed in descending order of their sizes. The total number of such files should also be reported.

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ls -l | cut -c 31-48,56- > b1
    tr -s ' ' < b1 >b2
    grep "^ [7-9][0-9][0-9]." b2 | sort -rn  

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output:
    $ SH24
     751 Nov ans52.sh      

  
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