If I use the
ls command in my home directory each line of output has a leading whitespace:
$ ls bin Documents ...
It only seems to do this for my home directory.
Why does it do this?
Note: I don't consider this to be a duplicate of Why is 'ls' suddenly wrapping items with spaces in single quotes? because that's not what I asked and I'm not interested in knowing the answer. Simply knowing that the whitespace is a side-effect of the quoting sufficiently answers my question.