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Unformatted text preview: . 2. A directory tree is a diagrammatic representation of the directory structure of a hard disk or diskette. 3. Next to the name of the drive, TREE may display a dot (.) to indicate that the directory tree starts at the current directory. 4. The /D option of the CD command changes your current default drive as well as changing your current working directory folder. 5. If you change to a subdirectory and then want to move one level higher in the directory tree to its parent directory, you can use the command CD. . . 6. The Filename (/F) switch of the TREE command displays the directory tree and lists the filenames in each directory. 7. If you use the ASCII (A) switch, the TREE command substitutes other symbols for the graphics lines....
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course CPT 106 taught by Professor Bulan during the Fall '07 term at MO Valley.
- Fall '07