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    Under DOS, what command will you type when you want to list down the files in a direc

    Under DOS, what command will you type when you want to list down the files in a directory, and at the same time pause after every screen output?
    a) dir /w
    b) dir /p
    c) dir /s
    d) dir /w /p
    Help me!!!

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    dir /w /p

    dir /w - command to list only the files and directories going horizontally, taking as little as space needed.
    and adding the /p - adds the Pauses after each screenful of information.

    Further help
    http://www.computerhope.com/dirhlp.htm

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    dir /?

    to see a brief summary of all available options.
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    dir |more

    Will make the screen pause and you press any key to continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shay View Post
    dir /w /p

    dir /w - command to list only the files and directories going horizontally, taking as little as space needed.
    and adding the /p - adds the Pauses after each screenful of information.

    Further help
    http://www.computerhope.com/dirhlp.htm
    thanks you!

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