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Sunday, January 04, 2004

ls -t

ls -t will sort the files present in the directory with timeline- recently accessed files first.
But, following TUPE, I created a file called -t using ed.
I am try to ls that -t file.
even tried
ls '-t'
ls \-t
but it is not working.

trying to find a way to get around the option -t and list the file -t

Got the Answer from a friend


ls -- -t

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