LINUX - find - two or more exec options - FIND MANY EXEC EXECS - to execute multiply commands with find

2 EXECS IN A FIND
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# find -iname "*ip*" -exec echo {} \; -exec cat {} \;

SAMPLE OUTPUT:
./if-post-down.d/my-iptables-save.sh      <----- echo {} \; running --- for first match
iptables-save -c > /etc/iptables.rules       <----- cat {} \; running --- for first match
./if-pre-up.d/my-iptables-restore.sh         <----- echo {} \; running --- for second match
iptables-restore -c < /etc/iptables.rules       <----- cat {} \; running --- for second match

SYNTAX:
find [options] -exec [command1 using {} as placeholder for filename] ;\ -exec [command2 using {} as placeholder for filename] ;\

THE BUILDING BLOCK IS:
-exec [command1 using {} as placeholder for filename] ;\

NOTE: Each exec runs in order as they appear per file. Not exec command1 on every file, and then command2 on every file. IN OTHER WORDS: Its more like file1 gets command1 and command2 ran on it, then file2 gets command1 and command2 ran on it, etc.
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