Quote:>Usually, when we issue a command:
> ls -l
>we can only get file modification time in format of 'Month Day
>Hour:Minute' for those modified within 6 months. Does anybody know
>anyway to list file modification time in seconds/milli-seconds? i.e.,
>show time in format: 'HH:MM:SS.sss'.
Use something other than ls, such as Perl. GNU ls offers output
customization, so it may provide a way to see the seconds.
You won't be able to see milliseconds, since Unix only stores file times
with 1 second precision.
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