"Windows systems do not have an equivalent."
- dir filename /s from the command prompt.
- powershells get-childitem.
- gnu find utils.
- One of the many ports of locate available...
Don't feel compelled to reply to questions, none of your posts, advice or insights are helpful to anyone.
"If you are making these suggestions in earnest, please also include code or concrete applications in pseudo-code, instead of "scare quotes" around verbs to suggest that you are talking about programming. Leaving it to the seekers to interpret your posts in a helpful way does not in fact help them achieve their goals"
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