dir(directory) is a command used for file and directory listing, specifically in the command line interface (CLI) of the RT-11, CP/M, VMS, DOS, OS/2 and Windows operating systems. It is analogous to the Unix
Because it is the primary means of displaying the files and directories on disk or other storage medium within a command window, the dir command is one of the most basic commands employed by users of the command line interface to MS-DOS and various versions of Windows.
dir command has existed as a DOS command since the initial release of MS-DOS. It is built into the DOS command shell, and is not provided as a separate standalone program.
Praxim 1.0 takes command and enhances Windows. (Wesson International's command shell for Microsoft Windows) (Software Review) (Evaluation)(Brief Article)
May 01, 1994; Praxim 1.0 Wesson International 500 S. Capital of Texas Hwy. Building 5, Suite 200 Austin, TX 78746 1-800-634-9808; (512)...
Take Command is a cure for command-line envy. (JP Software's OS command shell) (Software Review)(Brief Article)(Evaluation)
May 01, 1995; Take Command 1.0 JP Software P.O. Box 1470 E. Arlington, MA 02174 1-800-368-8777 Fax: (617) 646-0904; CIS: GO PCVENB Requires:...
How to cheat at Windows system administration; * "How To Cheat At Windows System Administration Using Command Line Scripts".(Book review)
Jan 24, 2007; Byline: Dave Kearns Before jumping into this week's topic, let me correct something from last week's newsletter. Mr. Mar-Elia, of...