OS X | Unix

What is the significance of “+” and “@” in Mac OS X file permission tables

If you open terminal in Mac OS X and type the following: ls -la You will see a list of files, both visible and hidden in your home directory. The first column will show you the permission table for a particular file (for example, -rw-r–r–), which anyone with some familiarity with unix filesystems will recognize. [...]

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