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In Windows CMD, I use tree c: /f to get a tree of all directories resided in C:. But now I only want to tree out the only sub-directory folders (not files). How to I exclude files in tree command?

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Leave out the "/F" switch, since it's what causes Files to be included.

From tree /?:

Graphically displays the folder structure of a drive or path.

TREE [drive:][path] [/F] [/A]

   /F   Display the names of the files in each folder.
   /A   Use ASCII instead of extended characters.
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beat me to it... – Lamar B Dec 29 '11 at 3:09
    
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Is there a way we can print this output to text or other file – Pravin Waychal Dec 1 '15 at 7:29

to output to txt file use command: (you will find in on drive C, as specified below)

tree /a > "C:\_TREE-Output.txt"
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This duplicates another answer and adds no new content. Please don't post an answer unless you actually have something new to contribute. – DavidPostill Mar 15 at 9:55

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