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to list the file starting with..


I have  a list of files after using ls

I have to list all the files starting with 'app'

which command we use..
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For files:
ls app*

if you wanted all directories you use ls -d app*
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You could also do ls app and hit tab a few times this will also do the trick
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Thank you..
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