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Super Directory
Version 2.2

Copyright 1988
by Dwayne Scribner

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Ever wish for a little more than the standard MS/PC-DOS File
Directory program provides? If so, then this may be the utility
you have been looking for. Super Directory provides a number of
useful features that are not to be found in the resident file
directory of DOS.

FEATURES:

* Choose between 4 and 2 column displays.
* Two column display shows all file information that
that the standard single column MS/PC-DOS file
directory command does plus the amount of total
space used by the files in the specific file direc-
tory requested, the total amount of space on the
disk for which a file directory was requested, the
total space used on the disk, and the total space
still available.
* Four column dis show all file information that the
standard five column MS/PC-DOS file directory
command does plus the amount of space required by
each file rounded to the nearest kilobyte or to the
nearest 1/10th of a kilobyte if less than 1k, plus
all the information mentioned in the previous
feature.
* Uses same filespec syntax as the DOS file directory
command.
* Provides a number of commandline toggle display
switches for clearing the screen, showing hidden
files, system files, the disk volume label if
present, and for showing some basic program version
and copyright information.
* Provides a commandline toggle switch for showing
commandline syntax and for displaying the current
defaults of the display switches.
* Provides a commandline toggle switch to allow the
user to customize the default settings of the
display switches.


SYNTAX: ('[]'brackets denote optional commandline parameters)

SD [Drive:[\path[\filespec]]] [display switch]

Where display switch can be any of the following:







/C Clear Screen toggle.
/D Date/Time, two column display toggle.
/I Program/Copyright Information display toggle.
/S System file(s) display toggle.
/H Hidden file(s) display toggle.
/R Reinstall toggle defaults switch.
/? Show command line syntax and current toggle default
settings.

If a switch has been set to default as 'false' then using that
switch on the command line will make it 'true' and therefore
active. If a switch has been set to default as 'false' then
using that switch on the command line will reverse it. For
example if the 'Clear Screen' option has be set to default in
the false position then the screen will clear if '/C' is typed
as a command line parameter. If that option is set to default
as true then the screen will not clear if '/C' is typed as a
commandline parameter.

The user does not have to procede ever toggle switch with a
'/' character. For instance if all the switches are set to de-
fault as false then typing:

SD /csdv

at the command line would cause the screen to clear before
showing a two column file display which includes the number of
bytes in each file, the date and time of each file, all system
and hidden files that may be present, and the disk volume
label if it is present in the current disk directory.

NOTE: Most files that are set as 'system' files are also hidden
and many times the reverse is true as well so keep this in mind
in thinking about using the '/S' and '/H' commandline parameters.

Feel free to experiment with Super Directory. It is not the type
of program that is likely to get you in any kind trouble.

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No warranty of any kind is expressed or implied with regard to
the general functionality of this program. MS/PC-DOS are trade-
marks of Microsoft Corp. and I.B.M. Corp. respectively.

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If you have any questions or suggestions about Super Directory
you may contact the author at the following address:

Dwayne Scribner
917 Mills Ave.
Dumas, TX 79029


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