Print disk usage (as the number of 1 KB blocks used by each named directory and its subdirectories; default is the current directory).
End output lines with null, not newline.
Print disk usage for all files, not just subdirectories.
Print the apparent sizes, not disk usage.
Print sizes in bytes.
Use the specified number of bytes for the blocksize.
In addition to normal output, print grand total of all arguments.
Follow symbolic links, but only if they are command-line arguments.
Exclude files that match pattern.
Print sizes in human-readable format.
Like -h, but show as power of 1000 rather than 1024. -H also produces a warning.
Print help message and then exit.
Print sizes in kilobytes (this is the default).
Count the size of all files, whether or not they have already appeared (i.e., via a hard link).
Follow symbolic links.
Print sizes in megabytes.
Report sizes for directories only down to num levels below the starting point (which is level 0).
Do not follow symbolic links (the default).
Print only the grand total for each named directory.
Do not include the sizes of subdirectories when totaling the size of parent directories.
Print the last-modification time. With ...