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I'm using the following command to list some of my favorite videos in a directory (and redirect the output into a text file):

for %i in (*avi *.mkv *mp4) do @echo %~ni

I'd like to alphabetically order the output of this command. I think I'd probably use sed or awk or something under Linux, but I'm on Windows 7 here using the command prompt (and soon, a batch file).

How would I achieve this (without using some external program or language)?

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Just add sort

(for %i in (*avi *.mkv *mp4) do @echo %~ni) | sort
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