Linux Directories mkdir -v
'mkdir -v' command will print a message with every new file created.
In above example, I have created 'file1 file2 file3' and you can see the message for every individual file.
If files already exist then it will give an error message as shown below.
mkdir -pv/ mkdir -vp
Both the commands 'mkdir -pv' and 'mkdir -vp' are same. By combining -p you can create a long list files together like "office/client/raj/date/day"with a printed message for each file.
Now have a look at below example. Here, I already created file'office/client' and then want to print rest of the three files. By combining, -p, it will not print an error message and will create the further files.
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