How do I list subdirectories?

Earnie Boyd
Tue Aug 31 23:49:00 GMT 1999

---  Clark Sims  <> wrote:
>  In the FSF version of bash
> ls -F | egrep *\/
> listed all of the subdirectories of the current working
> directory.
> In the Cygwin version the same command produces no
> output.
> How do I list the subdirectories of the current working
> directory?

Doesn't the egrep need to be `egrep .*\/'?  The period indicates any character,
the * indicates any number of the preceding character.  Therefore to match what
you want you need to specify .* to mean any number of any character.

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