Mombu 2012-04-03 05:26:37
Hello – running dos under Windows 2000.
I’d like to produce a fully qualified dos directory listing across
directories (bare filenames no dates or sizes) sorted by date.
I’ve tried the following, but notice it’s sorting by filename/dirname
and not date
dir *.* /o-d /s/b
How can this be done?
Perhaps I need to write out dates too and then manually sort by date?
If so, how do I write out fully qualified file names with dates?
Thanks in advance for any information or help with this!
Dr john stockt 2012-04-03 05:26:42
JRS: In article
in news:comp.os.msdos.programmer, email@example.com posted at Tue, 28
Oct 2003 07:26:04 :-
Not real DOS, then.
You have probably found that dir /s /0-d sorts only within
HUNT *.* s p q e | sort /r | COLS 58- ` 22+12
gives lines like
Short file names only. HUNT, COLS are via sig line 3.
John Stockton, Surrey, UK. ?@merlyn.demon.co.uk DOS 3.3, 6.20; Win98.
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Mombu 2012-04-03 05:26:51
What / Where is Hunt? And will I be able to run it under 2000 command line?