DOS Command ?

  KW2K 21:06 30 Nov 2004
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Hi ! I can't for the life of me remember the DOS command to display the file structure of a folder. What I,ve got is a folder containing files that I want to print out to show the folder structure. If anyone can remind me that would be great ! Cheers !

  QuickHare 21:09 30 Nov 2004

DIR

  KW2K 21:13 30 Nov 2004

DIR only displays it in a list, i need to get it displaying directories and sub directories and files within ! Then i want to be able to print it out. Cheers !

  TomJerry 21:14 30 Nov 2004

dir/s etc etc, try ztree click here

  QuickHare 21:16 30 Nov 2004

To display the subfoloders, use /S. To diplay all files (even hidden ones), /A. To display it all in a simple list, /B and to redirect the output, use >file

In pure DOS, use the following to print a list:

DIR *.* /S /A /B >LPT1:

  beeuuem 21:17 30 Nov 2004

Why not use click here

  QuickHare 21:18 30 Nov 2004

To display the subfoloders, use /S. To diplay all files (even hidden ones), /A. To display it all in a simple list, /B and to redirect the output, use >file

In pure DOS, use the following to print a list:

DIR *.* /S /A /B >LPT1:

  KW2K 22:40 30 Nov 2004

Thanks Guy's!I've now got my file structure printed !
Regards.

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