To print the names of the files residing on the specified drive.
If pathname is omitted, the command lists all files in the current directory of the selected drive. pathname may contain question marks (?) to match any character in the filename or extension. An asterisk (*) as the first character of the filename or extension will match any file or any extension.
This syntax also displays the name of the directory and the number of bytes in the file. When a tree-structured directory is used, two special symbols also appear.
Subdirectories are denoted by <DIR> following the directory name.
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