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LXer: Stat Command - Display File Attributes on the Linux Command Line


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While working on the Linux command line you interact with a lot of different files. Each of these files has attributes attached to them. These attributes contain details about the files size, permissions, modification time, and an assortment of other information. There are a multitude of reasons that you might need to the print the attributes of a file. This is where the Linux stat command comes in. In this article we will discuss how to use the stat command, using itís options and formatting the output.

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