Graphically displays the directory [folder] structure of a given drive or path. Optionally includes filelist in display.
Syntax: TREE [d:][path] [/F] [/A] d:path The drive and path to start from. If no path is given, start from the current directory. /F Display the names of files in each directory. /A Use ASCII characters to visually represent the directory structure. /? Display help and exit. Additional Options in FreeDOS Tree: (Not available in standard Tree.) /V Display version information and exit. /S Shortnames only (disable Long File Name support, DOS version only).
To display the complete directory hierarchy of drive C and pause
after each screenful, run tree specifying C: as the start path and
pipe its output to the more command:
tree C:\ | more
To display the directory hierarchy of a subdirectory and have the
output only use standard ASCII characters (such as for printing or
sending to someone who may view it without DOS line/box drawing character
support), specify the subdirectory and the /A switch:
tree ASUBDIR /a
To display the structure of a directory tree and the files within
each directory, add the /F switch:
tree /f | more
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