ls command has many abilities. Mostly we use it to show a list of files in current directory. We can even define style for output.
ls -al --time-style=+%D
– shows to us same
ls -la list of files, but time column will be in different format.
So, if we
grep it by time in this format… We’ll get only files, which modified this date.
ls -al --time-style=+%D | grep $(date +%D)
Works on GNU/Linux, but doesn’t on MacOS.