computer question

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Sep 1, 2007

computer question by BoneMonkey at 8:08 PM (602 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. BoneMonkey
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    Banned BoneMonkey The cheese stash is a lie.

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    i have about 300 folders and i need to make a list of the names of all 300 folders

    now what im doing is copying each folders name one by one and putting them on a notepad file

    is there anyway i can do this quicker ?
     
  2. djgarf

    Former Staff djgarf I Am A Raver

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    their is a program that can do exactly that but with my brain gettin worse i cant remember it's name lol
     
  3. [M]artin

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    Not to worry, I know the name of the program he's talking about.

    It's... waitbrbneedsmoke!
     
  4. superrob

    Member superrob H4X H4X H4X!

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    Theres a command line command that shows a complete tree of a dirrectory.

    And what you need a large list of them for anyway?
     
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    I use a prog called Listmaker it rocks [​IMG]
     
  6. Jeda

    Member Jeda GBAtemp Fan

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    If you're using windows, start the command shell, go to the directory you want to get listed and type

    dir /B >out.txt

    If you want the subdirectories too, try dir /S /B >out.txt

    Both will list the content of the directory and write it into a textfile called out.txt
     

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