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    Dharani,

    Try entering this command in the left window of the PS ISE.

    Get-ChildItem "C:\Users\dsuresh\Desktop\*.csv" -recurse

    See if it gives you a listing of all the files in your directories. HTH
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    Dharani

    I'm afraid my knowledge of BATch files dates back to MS-DOS 2.0 (if I remember correctly), but they didn't get adequately sophisticated until about NT 3.5 (ditto). Not easy to summarise how easily to write them.

    To be quite honest, you would be better learning PowerShell, which is newer, considerably more powerful, and advocated by Microsoft! Unfortunately since I am very old, this is far too difficult for me, and I have been able to make do with BATch so far.

    I'm pleased the scripts worked for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    Dharani,

    Try entering this command in the left window of the PS ISE.

    Get-ChildItem "C:\Users\dsuresh\Desktop\*.csv" -recurse

    See if it gives you a listing of all the files in your directories. HTH
    Hello Sir,
    No sir i am not getting my files if i put this cmd... it is showing error...
    Sir but i really appreciate your continuous effort and also your helping tendency... continuously you are trying to help me, but my bad time the code is not working for me.. Sir as you can see other replies i got answer from other person for this problem.... so i think you can help me in some other problem of mine... because i should not waste your valuable time only for me... definitely i need your help in future... i am really impressed by seeing the way through which you helped me to sort out my problem..

    Thanks a lot Sir!!!!

    With Kind Regards,
    Dharani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BATcher View Post
    Dharani

    I'm afraid my knowledge of BATch files dates back to MS-DOS 2.0 (if I remember correctly), but they didn't get adequately sophisticated until about NT 3.5 (ditto). Not easy to summarise how easily to write them.

    To be quite honest, you would be better learning PowerShell, which is newer, considerably more powerful, and advocated by Microsoft! Unfortunately since I am very old, this is far too difficult for me, and I have been able to make do with BATch so far.

    I'm pleased the scripts worked for you!
    Hello BATcher,
    I m doing salute for your humbleness... I can understand your point... well as you suggested i will start exploring about power shell...
    but i hope in my future problem, you will help me...

    Even i am pleased to get help from such eminent person...
    My heartfelt thanks to you BATcher....

    With Kind Regards,
    Dharani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dharani suresh View Post
    For further help, definitely i will come back to you... if you don't mind, can i have your mail id please... ?????
    Please don't ask for member email IDs. Similarly, don't PM members for help. See: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/faq...ontact_members
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