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This version eliminates the grep before the awk, which is always good. It works for GNU core utils and ensures that the date output of ls matches the format in the pattern match, regardless of locale, etc.
On BSD-based systems, you can easily eliminate both the grep and the awk:
find . -maxdepth 1 -Btime -$(date +%kh%lm) -type f
There are 3 alternatives - vote for the best!
Then pipe to 'xargs ls' for a familiar listing, possibly using find's -print0 and xarg's -0 options.
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