What happens when ‘ls -l’ is typed into your Terminal?

Flowchart of finding the command
Expanded version of forking side of flowchart
1. Permissions 2. Hard links 3. Owner 4. Group 5. Size 6–7. Date of modification 8. Time of modification 9. Name (Example output of the ‘ls -l’ command)
Sample of (1) file and directory permissions showing the (2) owner, (3) group, and (4) user.
Snippet from the above example output
Expanded version of builtin side of flowchart

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