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Ls In computing, ls is a command to "list" files in Unix and Unix-like operating systems. ls is specified by POSIX and the Single UNIX Specification. When invoked without any arguments, ls lists the files in the current working directory.
Ls An ls utility appeared in the original version of AT&T UNIX, the name inherited from a similar command in Multics also named 'ls' - short for the word "list".
Ls Files whose names start with "." are not listed, unless the -a flag is specified, the -A flag is specified, or the files are specified explicitly.
.ls It is not possible to register a new second-level domain in .ls. New registrations are only taken at the third level, below one of the existing second level domains. Second-level domains that have active registrations are listed below.
.ls There are two private second-level domains that exist for historical reasons, .quadrant.ls and .nul.ls. The latter is used by the National University of Lesotho. The zones for network infrastructure .net.ls and .quadrant.ls do not host any sites.
.ls The .ls domain was established and first delegated on 13 January 1993, with the National University of Lesotho as the sponsoring authority. Initially, Rhodes University acted as the registry and hosted the primary name server, a situation that continued until September 2012.
Ls When the option to use color to indicate file types is selected, the output might look like:
Ls The following example demonstrates the output of the ls command given two different arguments (pwd is a command that shows the present working directory, or in other words, the folder you are currently in):
Ls This means that the letters behind the file descriptor (d), which indicates a folder or 'directory', list three characters to indicate permissions for the owner of 'drafts' (rwx), then the group to which the file belongs (r--), and the rights of others (r--).
Ls 'drafts' is a directory (d), the owner of which has the right to read (r) write (w) and execute (x): rwx, group members have (r--), meaning read only, and others have (r--), meaning read only access.