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There is one more special type of symbolic permission: if you use `X' instead of `x', execute permission is affected only if the file already had execute permission or is a directory. It affects directories' execute permission even if they did not initially have any execute permissions set.
For example, this mode:
gives all users permission to execute files (or search directories) if anyone could before.
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