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freebsd, how to find out who logged in the last 24 hours

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who tells you the current users logged on.  how do I find out all the users that logged in and out in the last 24 hours.
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awesome.  thank you
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as Tintin recommended, use the command

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Currently logged in users are shown with the command:

who
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