Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 09:27:36 +0100
Reply-To: "Paulls, Alistair" <Alistair.Paulls@PAREXEL.COM>
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From: "Paulls, Alistair" <Alistair.Paulls@PAREXEL.COM>
Subject: Re: DOS Command Help
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Hi Jules, I think this is what you're after,
dir *.sas7* /s /b > c:\_tmp_.txt
The /s and /b bit searches the subdirectories and the > c:\_tmp_.txt is the
new text file created.
From: Bosch, Jules [PRDUS Non J&J] [mailto:JBosch1@PRDUS.JNJ.COM]
Sent: 09 December 2003 16:40
Subject: DOS Command Help
Does anyone remember the DOS command to accomplish the following?
Read an entire drive for any and all SAS V8 files and send the results to a
fresh text file.
With the following -
dir *.sas7* > dir.out
I can get the SAS V8 files on the drive at the top level but not the files
down into the subfolders.