This starts you off with a simple command line parsing library and a globbing library to get going named fast-glob. "Globbing" is what you're doing when you use regular expression patterns to match files like this:
fast-glob library is a good library with only one quirk to watch out for: It will not convert
\ (backslash) characters to
/ in your glob. That means if you use
C:\Users\zed\*.txt it will fail. You'll have to convert all
/ on Windows.
Part of the
ls command is printing out the attributes of a file. For that you'll need
fs.stat found in the fs module.
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