find is a command-line tool available in most Linux distributions that allows you to search for files and directories based on various criteria
The basic syntax of the find command is "find "
find can search for files and directories based on their name or using wildcards such as * and ?
You can use the -type option to filter files by their type like files(f),directory(d) or symbolic links(l)
The -size option allows you to search for files based on their size
find also supports searching for files based on their time stamps, such as their modification time (-mtime) or access time (-atime)
You can use the -exec option to execute a command on each file or directory that matches the search criteria
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