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Listing file and directories command - ls

Posted By: Anselma Schmidt     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 5642

This article explains about ls command with an example in unix.

ls command is used for listing file and directories in unix.

Syntax of ls Command

ls [- option] 

Most Commonly used options are:

- a Listing all entries, including whose names begin with a period (.) are not listed.

- l List in long format.

- F After each file name, put one slash (/) if the file directory or an asterisk (*) if the file is executive.

Example of ls Command

ls -alF

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