There are scenarios where you might want to move multiple directories or files to a folder at once.
You can do this using
-t flag with the
The syntax would look like the following.
mv -t <destination> <src1> <src2> .... <srnN>
You can do that in the reverse fashion as well.
mv file1 file2 file3 -t DESTINATION
For example, if you want to move folder1, folder2, folder3 to folder4, you can use the following comand.
mv -t folder4 folder3 folder2 folder1
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Moving Files using wildcards
If can also move files using wildcards.
mv *.xml /path/to/destination-folder