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I want to use a .bat file that executes the .dir command to create a list of all folders in all subfolders of the current folder.

========================== I am close: I use: dir /s /b /o:n /a:d >list.txt

to get the list of folders along with the full path.

...but I want the list with the folder names only, without the fullpath.

Is that possible?

  • If you don't mind using PowerShell, you can use Get-ChildItem -Directory -Path "C:\temp". – shinjijai Feb 26 at 20:57
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    @JeffZeitlin Add "tokens=*" after /F to fix the space problem. Use that and convert your comment into an answer :) – DavidPostill Feb 26 at 21:26
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    @DavidPostill - !!!! – Jeff Zeitlin Feb 26 at 21:30
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    @JeffZeitlin ??? – DavidPostill Feb 26 at 21:31
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    @DavidPostill - Never really got the hang of "tokens=..."; had to try it - and was subsequently astonished at how easy the "complicated" turned out to be... :) – Jeff Zeitlin Feb 26 at 21:35
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With a little help from David Postill, you can do this with

(for /f "tokens=*" %I in ('dir /b /s /a:d') do @echo %~nxI) | sort > list.txt

to store the sorted list in the file. I guess it wasn't so complicated after all. :)

(I still prefer the PowerShell solution, though...)

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