Shell command for how to find files in a specific folder between a data range

Hi Experts,

Is there any shell command for how to find files in a specific folder between a data range ?

Any help regarding this would be appreciative.
Midhun 123Application developerAsked:
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Joy DingenenICT system consultantCommented:
File and directory timestamps in Unix

Three times tracked for each file in Unix are these:

    access time – atime
    change time – ctime
    modify time – mtime

So that becomes in an example:

find ./ -mtime -30 -mtime +20 -print

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shows files in this directory that are modified more than 20 days ago but less than 30 (recursive).

Hope this helps,
Joy

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rastoiWindows DTS expertCommented:
you marked topic with powershell too .. so in powershell it will be something ugly like
Get-ChildItem .\movies -File |where {($_.lastwritetime -gt (get-date).AddDays(-900)) -and ($_.lastwritetime -lt (get-date).AddDays(-300))}

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