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wdc202

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Is there a DOS command that will list only the directories, -- just the directories, no files?

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Here's a good resource on dos commands.

http://en.wikipedia....of_DOS_commands

It looks like this will list the directories only.

DIR /AD
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wdc202,

If you're running the command prompt under Windows XP, to view ONLY directories, type:

DIR /AD

To get a full listing of the DIR command's options, type:

DIR /?

In older versions of DOS, you can view directories only by typing:

DIR *.

Hope this helps.

- John
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Tyger, John Hook: Perfect. Thanks you so much.
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