If you want to classify a set of files into several groups based on different criteria, you can use the comma operator to perform multiple independent tests on the files. Here is an example:
find / -type d \( -perm -o=w -fprint allwrite , \ -perm -o=x -fprint allexec \) echo "Directories that can be written to by everyone:" cat allwrite echo "" echo "Directories with search permissions for everyone:" cat allexec
find has only to make one scan through the directory tree
(which is one of the most time consuming parts of its work).