lscommand. It is recommended to use
Ls.Optionsto specify a valid combination of options.
The options for the ls command are:
|Lists all files in the given directory, including hidden files (those whose names start with \".\" in Unix). By default, these files are excluded from the list.|
|Print sizes in human readable format. (e.g., 1K, 234M, 2G, etc.)|
|Long format, displaying file types, permissions, number of hard links, owner, group, size, date, and filename.|
|Recursively lists subdirectories encountered.|
|Reverses the order of the sort to get reverse collating sequence or oldest first.|
|Sorts with the primary key being time modified (most recently modified first) and the secondary key being filename in the collating sequence.|
This interface serves as an alias for the extended interface to simplify the command signature methods by avoiding generic parameters.
|Modifier and Type||Interface and Description|
Default implementation for a modifiable option set.
|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
Constant for an empty option set.
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