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Bash Shell ls command to list directory

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I use the "ls" command to list the directory and get the output as below.
AAA.BB-1  
AAA.BB-10
AAA.BB-2  
AAA.BB-3  
AAA.BB-4  
AAA.BB-5  
AAA.BB-6  
AAA.BB-7  
AAA.BB-8  
AAA.BB-9  
I was wondering how I can list the directory in ascending order based on the last number of each file? The desired output should be looked as below.
AAA.BB-1  
AAA.BB-2  
AAA.BB-3  
AAA.BB-4  
AAA.BB-5  
AAA.BB-6  
AAA.BB-7  
AAA.BB-8  
AAA.BB-9  
AAA.BB-10
Any suggestions?
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