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it is the output of the command ls -l [some file name]
at the starting it should not be 1 rather it should be 'l'. Which actually means, symbolic link. Now how this link works, linked to other files, i don't know oops....
Now lets look at
These are the file access permissions to File owner, Group, and the others.
The first three characters for File.
The second three for Group.
and the last three for others.
The second column indicates the no. of links wid that file.
The third column indicates the ownership of the file.
The fourth column indicates the Group ownership of the file.
The fifth column indicates the size of the file in MB.
The sixth column indicates the date and time of the file created on.