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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Not quite the same but time range arguments to find are absolute if there is no sign, or ranges if there is a sign (+ and - are interpreted as > and <).

    So, -atime 5 means accessed 5 days ago, -atime -5 means accessed less than 5 days ago, and -atime +5 means accessed more than 5 days ago. Most of the time, you want a signed version. (How often do you want to find files used exactly 37 days ago, and be sure it wasn't 36 or 38?)