|is there a way to use a more nice batch file |
More nice!?!? *chuckling*
If the directory structure is that complex, do it by hand. Unless you're trying to copy the directory structure from one PC to many others, this just makes no sense. If you know what you're doing, you could recreate all the dir's on another PC faster than you could create/test the batchfile. If however, you're trying to replicate it on several other PC's then a batchfile wouldn't be a bad idea.
Mechanix told you how to do it, without a little more in-depth explanation of what you're trying to achieve he could never give you any more help than he already has. I'm not the worlds greatest batchfiler (I've asked M2 for help with a batchfile I wanted to write....and received it, thanks again M2!) but even I know your question needs to be a little more detailed to get any more help than you've already received. "more nice batch file" just isn't more detail.