The formatting character
stat print the filesize in bytes
# stat -c'%A %h %U %G %s %n' /bin/foo -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 45112 /bin/foo
ls can be configured to print the byte size number with "thousand-separator", i.e.
45,112 instead of the usual
# BLOCK_SIZE="'1" ls -lA -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 45,112 Nov 15 2014
Can I format the output of stat similarly, so that the file size has thousand-separator?
The reason why I am using
stat in the first place is, I need to output like
ls, but without time, therefore
-c'%A %h %U %G %s %n'.
Or is there some other way to print the
ls-like output without the time?