On Windows I used to quickly run a
dir *.mp3 to find all files with an mp3 extension in the current directory. Is there a similarly quick way to do it with bash? The
ls command seems to have a way to ignore a pattern, but not to show only the pattern. I can do
find . -maxdepth 1 -iname '*.mp3' or
ls|grep -i '\.mp3$' but neither of these flow out of my fingers in half a second or less)
Any quicker alternatives?