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'''ls''' lists contents of the current working directory.  PyMOL comes with a few commands that allows the user to traverse a directory structure and list files.  This is a powerful tool if you have many directories full of files --- you don't have to quit PyMOL, you can just '''cd''' to the directory and '''ls''' to find the contents.
'''ls''' lists contents of the current working directory.  PyMOL comes with a few commands that allows the user to traverse a directory structure and list files.  This is a powerful tool if you have many directories full of files --- you don't have to quite PyMOL, you can just '''cd''' to the directory and '''ls''' to find the contents.
 
  
 
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===USAGE===

Latest revision as of 19:02, 15 May 2010

ls lists contents of the current working directory. PyMOL comes with a few commands that allows the user to traverse a directory structure and list files. This is a powerful tool if you have many directories full of files --- you don't have to quit PyMOL, you can just cd to the directory and ls to find the contents.

USAGE

ls [pattern]
dir [pattern]

EXAMPLES

# list all files in the current directory
ls

# list all files ending in, pml, in the current directory. 
ls *.pml

SEE ALSO

Cd, Pwd, System