I have a folder with many subfolders in it. Each of these subfolders may or may not contain a file named "George.txt".
This command (in a batch file)
for /d %%A in (*) do @if not exist "%%~fA\George.txt*" echo %%~fA
finds all the subfolders where "George.txt" doesn't exist and outputs a list in the cmd window like this:
D:\Folder\S1 D:\Folder\S5 D:\Folder\S11
Now I also need to know the total number of subfolders where "George.txt" doesn't exist. Either by appending numbers to each line:
1. D:\Folder\S1 2. D:\Folder\S5 3. D:\Folder\S11
or displaying a total at the end of the list, I have no preference:
D:\Folder\S1 D:\Folder\S5 D:\Folder\S11 Total: 3
Is something like this possible natively? I'm using Win 7 Ultimate x64.