So, I understand the difference between the three ideas in the title.
atime -- access time = last time file opened
mtime -- modified time = last time file contents was modified
ctime -- changed time = last time file inode was modified
So, presumably when I type something like
find ~/Documents -name '*.py' -type f -mtime 14
will find all match all files ending with .py which were modified in the last 2 weeks. Nothing shows up...
So I try
find ~/Documents -name '*.py' -type f -atime 1400
which should match anything opened within the last 1400 days (ending with .py and having type file) and still nothing.
Am I misunderstanding the documentation? Does it mean exactly 1400 days, for example?
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