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How to remove files modified between particular dates?

How can I list all files recursively in a directory that were changed within a certain timespan?

like between 23.12.2011 and 25.12.2011 ?

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marked as duplicate by enzotib, Jorge Castro, bodhi.zazen, Amith KK, ajmitch Aug 19 '12 at 21:42

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find some_dir -newermt '2011-12-23' -and -not -newermt '2011-12-25'

This includes files modified on 2011-12-23 but not files modified on 2011-12-25. Use 2011-12-25 23:59:59 if you want to include files modified on 2011-12-25.

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