Performs a search on an LDAP directory using the specified filter and a scope of one level. If a match is not found, the function returnsFALSE. The optional attributes can be used to control searching parameters. This function only returns entries a single level below the base distinguished name (DN). For example, if you per formed a search with the following base: "ou=People,dc=foo,dc=com" ldap_list() would not return results such as this:"uid=foomaster,department=bar,ou=People,dc=foo,dc=com" but could return an entry like this:
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