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Old 10-01-2009
making commands by sorting

how to write a command line that displays a long listing of the contents of the working directory, sorted by the date the file or directory was last modified, one screen at a time.
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Old 10-01-2009
Using more to display a screen at a time or use pg instead.
ls -lt * | more

ls -ltr * | more

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Old 10-01-2009
Originally Posted by jorogon0099
how to write a command line that displays a long listing of the contents of the working directory, sorted by the date the file or directory was last modified, one screen at a time.
1. long listing

ls -l

2. sorted by date of last modification
ls -t

3. one screen at a time ( if 25 lines )
head -n 25

finally, you can achieve by the following.
ls -lt | head -n 25

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