TREE+Displaying Directory Trees
Displays all the directory paths on a specified drive.
MS-DOS equivalent: TREE (2.0+)
[d:][path] TREE [pd:][/F]
[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that
contain the TREE command.
[pd:] Specifies the drive whose directory
paths you want to display. If omitted,
the default drive is used.
/F Displays all the file names within each
The TREE command is used to quickly view the structure of a
hierarchically organized disk.
lists the directories on drive A, each with its full path name
and its subdirectories shown in the following form:
DIRECTORY PATH LISTING FOR VOLUME 12
allows you to see the names of individual files in the
subdirectories, and it returns (in part)
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Hi, don't know if I am permitted to ask questions like this not being a member but certainly hope so. I would like to tailor the tree command to only list a specific type of file. I have tried several permutation but none seem to work (e.g. tree /F *.shp; tree /*.shp - is it possible to do this?+
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