file time data
set of utilities print file time data to standard output
They have been broken down due to portability considerations.
The utilities are:
lat - last access time
lmt - last modification time
lct - last change time
They all accept an optional
-f argument that allow setting the format
of the displayed time in
$ lmt README
Fri Sep 4 17:53:46 EEST 2020 README
The default format is
%a %b %e %H:%M:%S %Z %Y, it can be isolated
from the filename by piping to
cut -d' ' -f1-7:
$ lmt README | cut -d' ' -f1-7
Fri Sep 4 17:56:42 EEST 2020
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