Re: Dealing with unix command overriden by alias

On 2006-02-09, kk_oop@xxxxxxxxx <kk_oop@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi. I just wrote a C Shell script that includes an invocation of the
unix "find" command. As it turns out, some users of the C Shell have
.cshrc files that define an alias for "find" that does something else.
Is there a way for me to have the C Shell script force the unix find
command to be executed, even if there is a find alias defined?

Umm... Call it with the full path... ?


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