obtain status information about a file
filename or the file descriptor of an open file
The Status command returns information about file in the form of a list. The list is of length six.
- The first four elements are boolean valued.
- The first three indicate if the user has read, write, and execute permission for file.
- The fourth element indicates if file is a directory.
- The fifth element is the modification time of file in seconds since the epoch.
- The final element is the file size in bytes.
Each piece of information can also be found using one of the following functions: IsReadable, IsWritable, IsExecutable, IsDirectory, ModificationTime, or File. Calling file Status once is usually more efficient than calling more than one of these functions.
If the file does not exist or an invalid file descriptor is passed, an exception is raised.
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