Re: Looking for a dos command
Thanks, Gene...I was able to convince the RE guys to accept a file
output with directories. With that, I went with the following DOS
command line..I needed the file size, which /B kills:
dir /a-d /on /s > c:\temp\filename.txt
--- Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com> wrote:
Oops, you said pipe to a file...
DIR /S /B /A-D >FILENAME
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