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Hi. In windows and linux I can use the "dir" command to look inside folders. Does anybody know the equivalent for the Mac OS terminal?
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Its the same in linux as well 'ls'

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Thanks. Worked like a charm.
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I knew this when i switched from windows/Ubuntu and I love ls -la and ls -lrt

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toss an h in those operands... such like..

ls -lhrt

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