Command Line Version User's Guide — 7z Command B. To search all, use the first letter in the file name or directory name. You may use this to search all .7z archive, for instance, to look for all .7z files in all subdirectories of the same directory. 7z command line example: /f c:\test\textiles.7z /f c:\test\textiles /i 0.01 · Command C. To list all, use the first letter in the file name or path name. Command line examples: /u c:\test\textiles.7z /u c:\test\Textiles/o /q · Command D. By default, the 7-Zip command line tool starts searching the search path (using the root file name as the initial search path). Command line example: /a c:\test\Textiles\0.7z | grep “.\\\?” To use the first letter of the file name in command line syntax, the path must be specified with the path-style parameter. This example: /a c:\test\Textiles\0.7z | grep “Textiles”. To use the first letter of the path name, the path-style is used with the first letter of the path name. This example are equivalent: /a c:\test\Textiles\\\0.7z | grep “.\\\?” In the following example, I am listing all the .7z files in the c:\test\Textiles directory and subdirectories and sub-directories (sub-directory and sub-sub-directory). /a c:\test\Textiles · Command E. Use the following string: 7z c:\test\Textiles\0.7z to select the first text file, then /c to choose the sub folders. The command line switches are case-sensitive. Note: The command line switches for all command line switches are in quotation marks. If you use '7z c:\test\' instead of '7z c:\test', the option is not recognized. To show all possible options, include quotation marks Command line examples: · Command F. Use the following string: 7z c:\test\Textiles\Textiles\0.