Microsoft DOS tree command
Allows the user to view a listing of files and folders in an easy to read listing.
The tree command is an external command that is available in the below Microsoft operating systems as tree.com.
TREE [Drive:[[Path] [/F] [/A]
|Drive:\Path||Drive and directory containing disk for display of directory structure.|
|/F||Displays file names in each directory.|
|/A||ext characters used for linking lines, instead of graphic characters. /a is used with code pages that do not support graphic characters and to send output to printers that do not properly interpret graphic characters.|
The tree command typed alone will produce a tree listing and overview of the current directory. The picture shows a basic example of how a directory tree overview looks in the Windows 8 Command Prompt.
- See our tree structure definition if you need further information understand the structure of a tree.
Tip: To output the structure of a directory to a file, along with other options, try using the dir command.