Windows Command Prompt, and hidden files

When performeding a 'dir', what arguments do I give the 'dir' command to view all hidden (or kind of hidden files or more importantly, sub-directoires
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pcelbaCommented:
Hidden files and folders:
DIR *.* /AH

System files and folders:
DIR *.* /AS

Also works:
DIR *.* /AHS
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Nathan RileyFounderCommented:
The command will list all hidden files and hidden directories in the directory that you are currently in.
dir /ah

Lists all hidden files in the directory that you are currently in.
dir /ah-d

dir /a
Lists all files and directories including hidden files and hidden directories in the directory that you are currently in.
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pcelbaCommented:
Maybe the most important command is:

DIR /?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I agree - this is answered simply by typing DIR /?
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