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How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

Possible Duplicate:
How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

Possible Duplicate:
How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

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How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

Possible Duplicate:
How can I make ls show information about the directory specified only, not info about its sub-files or folder contents?

I am new to UNIX and I want to display the permission for several directories without listing the permission for the files inside those directories.

I have the following directories - each of this directories contains a file inside them, for example :

Directory1
File1
Directory2
File2
Directory3
File3

I am using this command to list directories and their files : ls di* what should I add to this command to list the files permission of the directories without listing the files permissions?

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