As most of us know and need, ls -l shows us detailed information about files in a directory.
-rw-r–r– 1 bin bin 1668 Mar 5 2004 mozicon16.xpm
-rw-r–r– 1 bin bin 2944 Mar 5 2004 mozicon50.xpm
Here is a single perl command that can print the timestamp of files with full date and time, accurate down to the seconds:
Replace the asterisk at the end of the command with any filename or wildcard expression you require.
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