ls


Name:
ls - print contents of current working directory
Synopsis:
ls ->	-  
Examples:
There's only one usage:  
ls -> see contents of current working directory
Description:
Prints the contents of the working directory on stdout.  
Don't mess it up with UNIX ls, this is POSIX. No parameters can
be set like -l, -a !
Any files starting with a . are NOT shown by default.
Use FileNames if you need them.
Parameters:
-  
Bugs:
 
Remarks:
This is in fact not much more than a wrapper to FileNames,  
in addition using a regex to filter out ".anything" files.
Author:
Hehl  
FirstVersion:
Oct 12th 1999  
SeeAlso: Source:
/home/nest/work/nest-2.14.0/lib/sli/filesystem.sli