Windows 10: CMD command prompt (CPT) usage and explanations
CMD command prompt (CPT) usage and explanations
I was wondering why file not found would occur when I try to access a DIR command on a directory.
DIR name >> file.txt
The syntax you are using is incorrect. The command to get a list of files in a directory is simply dir. What are you trying to do? The command prompt windows thinks you're trying to issue a command which does not exist; hence the "file not found."
DIR command syntax
I have seen uppercase commands in the documentation I have for WINDOWS 10.
When do you use lower-case commands ?
dir DirectoryName >> file.txt might work.
I will try this now.
OK, I previously had dir command in lower case.
I have a set command first.
dir %dir1% >> %filePath% || goto Label
This results in file not found for some directory that I know exists ???
Thanks for the help so far !
Last edited by Bash; 17 Oct 2015 at 17:54.
The system cannot find the path specified
== is the new error I am now seeing
gives this new error.
Thanks for keeping up with this issue.
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