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Reducing Output of ls -l Using awk

Introduction In my day to day work, I use a PuTTY shell to log in various LINUX servers and edit/view various files. I’ve recently encountered a directory that had a large number of files in it and I needed a command to limit the long ls listing to only show the most recent files.
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