Using already an answer here
And it works with just one difference. Running
dir /B returns all the file's names correctly.
Now when I run
dir /B > someFile.txt it creates a
.txt file but also append the name
someFile at the end of the file.
This behaviour is just confusing me a bit. This means that it creates the
.txt file before listing the files name.
Shouldn't it be the other way around? Please enlighten.
Also, I find
cmd very intriguing and want to learn more about it and it's commands. Can you please refer some guides/articles/docs for the same. That would be really helpful. Thanks :)