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I am wondering how to do the following:

lets say I have 100 folders in a folder. each of these 100 folders have a different amount of stuff in them, some have other folder, etc etc. I need to some how get out of a script how many of these folders have more than one folder in them. Then i would need some sort of report or something saying the name of the parent and subfolder and how many folders are in it.

other things like the total size of the items in the folder would be great, but honestly i could do without.

I am reading threw the help files trying to figure it out on my own, but havent really gotten any where yet.

thanks all you guys


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This might not be what you're looking for, but you can always usee the Tree command. At a command line type 'tree /f /a > c:\tree.txt'. That will give you a report of all the folders and files in the current directory.


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