Creates a directory or subdirectory. Command extensions, which are enabled by default, allow you to use a single mkdir command to create intermediate directories in a specified path.
This command is the same as the md command.
||Specifies the drive on which you want to create the new directory.|
||Specifies the name and location of the new directory. The maximum length of any single path is determined by the file system. This is a required parameter.|
|/?||Displays help at the command prompt.|
To create a directory named Directory1 within the current directory, type:
To create the directory tree Taxes\Property\Current within the root directory, with command extensions enabled, type:
To create the directory tree Taxes\Property\Current within the root directory as in the previous example, but with command extensions disabled, type the following sequence of commands:
mkdir \Taxes mkdir \Taxes\Property mkdir \Taxes\Property\Current
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