tree

Displays the directory structure of a path or of the disk in a drive graphically. The structure displayed by this command depends upon the parameters that you specify at the command prompt. If you don't specify a drive or path, this command displays the tree structure beginning with the current directory of the current drive.

Syntax

tree [<drive>:][<path>] [/f] [/a]

Parameters

Parameter Description
<drive>: Specifies the drive that contains the disk for which you want to display the directory structure.
<path> Specifies the directory for which you want to display the directory structure.
/f Displays the names of the files in each directory.
/a Specifies to use text characters instead of graphic characters to show the lines that link subdirectories.
/? Displays help at the command prompt.

Examples

To display the names of all the subdirectories on the disk in your current drive, type:

tree \

To display, one screen at a time, the files in all the directories on drive C, type:

tree c:\ /f | more

To print a list of all the directories on drive C, type:

tree c:\ /f  prn

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