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How to list All Sub Directories in a Directory

We can list only sub directories in a given directory using ls command with -d flag and matching sub directory (*/) regex. Basically the regex filters sub directories in the directory and -d flag forces ls command to show only directories by hiding file names under the sub-directories in the output.

 -d, --directory  		list directories themselves, not their contents

The below command lists all subdirectories under bethecoder folder

ls -d /home/ec2-user/bethecoder/*/



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