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How can I define that 0 (number zero) folders are located within the current directory?. I´m asking this due to within a batch program, I cant make that this condition be true in order to go to nofolder subprocess.

@echo off
set count=
for /d %%a in (*) do set /a count+=1
if %count%==0 (goto nofolder) else (goto display)
:nofolder
cls
echo No folders found
pause
goto end
:display
cls
echo One or more folders found
pause
goto end
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up vote 1 down vote accepted

%count%==0 will never be true because count is never set to zero.

Change set count= to set "count=0"

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Great, it really help me a lot, thanks – frantika Feb 27 '13 at 18:38
    
@frantika Glad to help. – David Ruhmann Feb 27 '13 at 19:44

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