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All of these entries are files The DIR command lists the creation date, creation time, file size in bytes, filename, and extension Any entries that look like this are folders:
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The DIR command lists the creation date, creation time, <DIR> to tell you it is a folder, and the folder name If you ever see a listing with <JUNCTION> instead of <DIR>, you re looking at a hard drive partition that s been mounted as a folder instead of a drive letter:
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Now type the DIR /W command Note that the DIR /W command shows only the filenames, but they are arranged in five columns across your screen Finally, type DIR / to see the screen shown in Figure 1412, which lists all possible switches for the command Typing any command followed by a / brings up a help screen for that particular command Although these help screens can sometimes seem a little cryptic, they re useful when you re not too familiar with a command or you can t figure out how to get a command to do what you need Even though I have almost every command memorized,
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I still refer to these help screens you should use them as well If you re really lost, type HELP at the command prompt for a list of commands you may type Once you find one, type HELP and then the name of the command For example, if you type HELP DIR, you ll see the screen shown in Figure 1412
Directories: The CD Command
The CD (or CHDIR) command enables you to change the focus of the command prompt to a different directory To use the CD command, type CD\ followed by the name of the directory on which you want the prompt to focus For example, to go to the C:\OBIWAN directory, you would type CD\OBIWAN, and then press ENTER If the system has an OBIWAN directory, the prompt will change focus to that directory, and appear as C:\OBIWAN> If no OBIWAN directory exists or if you accidentally typed something like OBIWAM, you get the error The system cannot find the path specified If only I had a dollar for every time I ve seen those errors! I usually get them due to typing too fast If you get this error, check what you typed and try again To return to the root directory, type CD\ and press ENTER You can use the CD command to point DOS to any directory For example, you could type CD\FRED\BACKUP\TEST from a C:\ prompt, and the prompt would change to C:\FRED\BACKUP\TEST\> assuming, of course, that your system has a directory called C:\FRED\BACKUP\TEST Once the prompt has changed, type DIR again You should see a different list of files and directories Every directory holds different files and subdirectories, so when you point DOS to different directories, the DIR command will shows you different contents The CD command allows you to use a space instead of a backslash, a convenient shortcut For example, you could go to the C:\WINDOWS directory from the root directory simply by typing CD WINDOWS at the C:\ prompt You can use the CD [space] command to move one level at a time, like this:
C:\>CD FRED C:\FRED\>CD BACKUP C:\FRED\BACKUP>CD TEST
Tech Tip
Errors Are Good!
Consider errors in general for a moment not just command prompt errors like Invalid directory, but any error, including Windows errors Many new computer users freeze in horror when they see an error message Do not fear error messages Error messages are good! Love them Worship them They will save you Seriously, think how confusing it would be if the computer didn t tell you when you messed up! Error messages tell you what you did wrong so you can fix it You absolutely cannot hurt your PC in any way by typing the DIR or CD command incorrectly Take advantage of this knowledge and experiment Intentionally make mistakes to familiarize yourself with the error messages Have fun and learn from errors!
Or, you can jump multiple directory levels in one step, like this:
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