|08 Dec 2011||#1|
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Can't print full contents of a directory.
I love to keep track of directory contents by printing them out. Various reasons.
By going to a command prompt, then to the directory of choice, I can send the results of the "dir" command to "prn" with the ">" (greater than) sign.
There are all sorts of switches to affect the way the printout looks. The ones I like are /b followed by /o:gn which gives you names only, directories first.
I run into a problem when there are hidden and system files in a folder. The switch for them is /a:hs.
No matter how I present the switches, all of the above, I cannot get the dir command to print everything. I get either all of the non-h&s, or I get just the h&s.
Any way I can solve this?
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