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NAME

       find -

 SYNOPSIS
       find [path...] [expression]

 DESCRIPTION
       GNU find find ( OPERATORS) '' '' find

        '-' , '(' , ')' , ','  '!' ;  '-print'.

        find 00

 EXPRESSIONS
       (, , )() (side effects, ) .   -and .  -prune  -print

    OPTIONS

       -daystart
              24(for -amin, -atime, -cmin, -ctime, -mmin, and -mtime)

       -depth

       -follow
               -noleaf

       -help, --help
               find

       -maxdepth levels
              levels() `-maxdepth 0'

       -mindepth levels
              levels()`-mindepth 1'

       -mount -xdev find

       -noleaf
              "2" UNIXCD-ROM,MS-DOSAFS UNIX,,  '.' () '..'  find ((`leaf'))

       -version, --version
              find

       -xdev

    TESTS

       +n      n

       -n      n

       n       n

       -amin n
               n

       -anewer file
               file  -follow  -anewer () -anewer  -follow

       -atime n
               n*24

       -cmin n
               n

       -cnewer file
               file  -follow  -cnewer () -cnewer  -follow

       -ctime n
               n*24

       -empty

       -false false

       -fstype type
               type UnixUnixufs, 4.2, 4.3, nfs, tmp, mfs, S51K, S52K.  -printf
              %F

       -gid n ID n

       -group gname
               gname (ID).

       -ilname pattern
               -lname

       -iname pattern
               -name `fo*' and `F??'  `Foo', `FOO', `foo', `fOo'

       -inum n
               i  n

       -ipath pattern
               -path

       -iregex pattern
               -regex ,

       -links n
               n

       -lname pattern
              pattern `/'  `.'

       -mmin n
               n

       -mtime n
               n*24

       -name pattern
              ()shellpattern(`*', `?', `[]' ) `.'  -prune  -path

       -newer file
               file  -follow  -newer () -newer  -follow

       -nouser
              ID

       -nogroup
              ID

       -path pattern
              shellpattern`/'  `.'
                        find . -path './sr*sc'
               './src/misc' -prune  'src/emacs'
                        find . -path './src/emacs' -prune -o -print

       -perm mode
               mode () Symbolic modes use mode 0 as a point of departure.

       -perm -mode
               mode

       -perm +mode
               mode

       -regex pattern
               pattern `./fubar3'  `.*bar.'  `.*b.*3'`b.*r3'

       -size n[bckw]
               n 512n `b'  n  `c' (kB) n `k'  n  `w'  indirect blocks

       -true  true

       -type c
               c

              b      ()

              c      ()

              d

              p       (FIFO)

              f

              l

              s

              D       (Solaris )

       -uid n ID n

       -used n
               n

       -user uname
               uname (ID).

       -xtype c
               -type  -follow  c true -follow  c  `l' true-xtype  -type

    ACTIONS
       -exec command ;
               command0 exec true find  `;'  `{}'  `{}' find  `\' escape shell

       -fls file
              true -ls  -fprint  file

       -fprint file
              true file  find  file ``/dev/stdout'' ``/dev/stderr''

       -fprint0 file
              true -print0  -fprint  file

       -fprintf file format
              true -printf  -fprint  file

       -ok command ;
               -exec  ();  `y'  `Y'  command false

       -print true

       -print0
              truenull find

       -printf format
              true format ,  `\' escape  `%'  C  `printf'   -print  ,  -printf
              escape

              \a

              \b

              \c

              \f

              \n

              \r

              \t     tab

              \v     tab

              \\     `\'

              \NNN   ASCIINNN()

               `\'

              %%     `%'

              %a     C `ctime'

              %Ak     k  `@' C `strftime'  k  `strftime'

                     @       Jan. 1, 1970, 00:00 GMT

                     H       (00..23)

                     I       (01..12)

                     k       ( 0..23)

                     l       ( 1..12)

                     M       (00..59)

                     p       AM  PM

                     r      12 (hh:mm:ss [AP]M)

                     S       (00..61)

                     T      24 (hh:mm:ss)

                     X       (H:M:S)

                     Z      (EDT)

                     a      (Sun..Sat)

                     A       (Sunday..Saturday)

                     b       (Jan..Dec)

                     B       (January..December)

                     c       (Sat Nov 04 12:02:33 EST 1989)

                     d       (01..31)

                     D       (mm/dd/yy)

                     h       b

                     j       (001..366)

                     m       (01..12)

                     U       (00..53)

                     w       (0..6)

                     W       (00..53)

                     x       (mm/dd/yy)

                     y       (00..99)

                     Y       (1970...)

              %b     512 ()

              %c     C `ctime'

              %Ck     k %A

              %d     0

              %f      ()

              %F      -fstype

              %g     ID

              %G     ID

              %h      ()

              %H

              %i      i (16)

              %k     1kB  ()

              %l      ()

              %m      (8)

              %n

              %p

              %P

              %s

              %t     C `ctime'

              %Tk     k %A

              %u     ID

              %U     ID

               `%' `%'  ()

       -prune  -depth  true;
               -depth false;

       -ls    true `ls -dils' 1kB POSIXLY_CORRECT 512

    OPERATORS

       ( expr )

       ! expr  expr falsetrue

       -not expr
               ! expr

       expr1 expr2
               () expr1 false expr2

       expr1 -a expr2
               expr1 expr2

       expr1 -and expr2
               expr1 expr2

       expr1 -o expr2
               expr1 true  expr2

       expr1 -or expr2
               expr1 -o expr2

       expr1 , expr2
              expr1  expr2 expr1  expr2

 SEE ALSO
       locate(1L), locatedb(5L), updatedb(1L), xargs(1L) Finding Files (Info ,
       )

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