On 03/14/18 08:20, jdow wrote: > "ls .?*" is another "ls -A" equivalent.
Hummm..... Not really? Since .. is matched and depending on where you are in the file system you may encounter this.... [egreshko@meimei test-dir]$ ls -A .hidden stuff test test1 test2 [egreshko@meimei test-dir]$ ls .?* ..: 20180309_213210.mp4 GPS m_g-large.jpg Pictures-silly US-Taxes CDC_Retirement.odt home.ovpn NYE Rachel wall DSCOVR ironsocket personal Taiwan-Tax Weather DS-Reports keys Pictures-meimei test-dir Garmin manuals Pictures-misty Trips .hidden: > > Hidden files or directories are hidden. What part of that are some people > missing. > You have to tell the system to expose those "hidden" items for many > operations such > as listing files, which this abuse of "du" is showing. (Isn't "ls -l" > simpler? I > alias that to "ll" and "lla" is "ls -lA". > > This thread is amusing and bemusing for the willful disregard for standard 'ix > behavior since virtually the beginning of 'ix time. Could it be that some of the posters haven't been around as long as others? :-) :-) -- Conjecture is just a conclusion based on incomplete information. It isn't a fact.
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