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Upgrade of DDIR shows lists of file in different sized columns.
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Upgrade of DDIR shows lists of file in different sized columns.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ATTS.COM 14065 8955 deflated
DDIR.COM 29624 19765 deflated
DIRNOTES.DOC 4387 1971 deflated
QDIR.COM 2093 1027 deflated

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Contents of the DIRNOTES.DOC file



Note: this package contains the following files:

DDIR.COM (version 3.0 March 29 1992)
QDIR.COM
ATTS.COM
DIRNOTES.DOC

Version 3.0 of DDIR fixes a bug that caused the earlier version to fail
to identify some system files; it adds an extra "dead space" feature

DDIR

Purpose: gives a non-scrolling, double-column directory display. Protected
files are flagged with a "+", system files with a "s", hidden files
with a "h". Files created today are shown in a different color.
With optional switch /d shows instead of file size the amount of
"dead space" used to store that file. (Depending on your DOS version
and/or hard drive type, a certain minimum amount of space is required
for all files. For example, a 10 byte batch file may actually
use 2048 bytes of your drive. The dead space is the amount of disk
space wasted by a file.)

Notes: Use the same way as the DOS dir command. Wild-card characters are
allowed.

Usage: ddir [d:][path][file.ext][/d]
N.B. - path/filename, if used, must come BEFORE the /d switch

Examples: directory of current drive and directory ddir
list of .COM files on drive a - ddir a:*.com
list of files of directory "one', drive c - ddir c:\one
dead space on root drive ddir /d
dead space used by *.bat files ddir *.bat /d

Customizing DDIR.COM

The display colors and the date and time format can be changed using DEBUG.
The program ATTS shows you all available color combinations possible. To
change colors type the following sequence, AFTER YOU HAVE MADE A BACKUP COPY
OF DDIR.COM

atts
debug ddir.com
e 6cf2 xx [xx is the normal display color in hex - taken form atts display]
e 6cf4 yy [yy is color of display for files created today]
e 6cf6 zz [zz is color of display of total files and bytes used]
e 6cf8 aa [aa is date format: 00 dd.mm.yy 01 mm-dd-yy 02 yy-mm-dd]
e 6cfa bb [bb is time format: 00 24 hr clock 01 12 hr + a or p]
w
q




QDIR

Purpose: lists all files on drive or directory in 5 columns.


Notes: optinal switches allow for various file specifications


Usage: qdir [d:][path][file.ext] [/x]

where x is the switch:

r - read-only files
h - hidden files
s - sub-directories
u - only unprotected files

Wild cards are allowed in the filename.


*** IMPORTANT ***

The author makes no warranty that the software in this package
will work with your particular hardware configuration. Further, you use the
programs entirely at your own risk, and the author will not be held
liable for any damage caused to your hardware or software through
use of this software.

Legalities aside, you should not run into difficulties with this
software.

These programs are distributed as shareware.

You do not have to register as a user, nor are you under any
obligation to pay for the use of the programs. However, in the
spirit of shareware, you are requested to consider making a small
donation to the author if you find the software in this package useful.
The suggested contribution is $5, but less (or more!) would be fine.
Should you decide to make a contribution, please remit to:

Malcolm Drury
11 Adele Crescent
Nepean
ON K2J 2T7
Canada

Bank notes would be fine! Thank you.


IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY PAID FOR AN EARLIER VERSION - THANKS, AND
OF COURSE YOU ARE NOT EXPECTED TO PAY AGAIN
TO PAY AGAIN.

Please note that your contribution will not entitle you to
technical support, nor to receiving any upgrades, should they
become available. The software is supplied on an "as is" basis, and
is fully functional - not crippled in any way. Furthermore, you
will never be prompted with "Have you paid me yet?" notices.

You are free to distribute this software package provided that you
distribute the ENTIRE package, including this documentation file.

I hope you find this package useful.
30 March 1992



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