DIR command

Written By The Ones on Thursday, December 3, 2009 | 12:51 AM

Below are some tips about the DIR command in MS DOS:

1. dir c:

This is the "base" that is used to display files and directories on drive C.

2. dir c: d:

Used to display files and directories on drive C and D.

3. dir / b / s

Used to display the directory and subdirectory to display the full path name.

4. dir / a

Used to show all files including the file system and hidden files (hidden).
To show all existing files on drive D using the following command: dir d: / a

5. dir / os

Used to display files and directories with the sequence starting from the file size to smallest file size with the largest. To reverse the order you can use the command: dir / os

You can change the parameter s on the above command with:

- N, the command dir / on: sequential names
- E, command dir / oe: sequential type of file
- D, the command dir / od: serial date

6. dir / p

To display the file and directory per "page".

For the other parameters of the dir command you can see her help with writing: dir /?


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