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If I do in XP command line:

dir d:\*mov*

I get a list of files contaning mov, move, Moving etc. How do I get the opposite, files not containing mov?

Thanks!

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I see aking1012's response and I raise him...

dir d:\* /a-d | find /v /i "mov"

The restriction on the dir command hides directories and the /i parameter on the find ignores case.

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good points +1... – RobotHumans Nov 19 '10 at 15:48

this might do the trick:
dir d:\* | find /v mov

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thanks for answering! – Hax Jun 30 '11 at 16:12

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