The DIR command displays a list of files in a given directory.
The information includes file attributes information. If it is a folder, then <dirs> is displayed. If it is a file, then file attributes are displayed. <-r> means read–only.
This information also includes file name, file size, the number of files found and their size. If you see a difference between the number of files displayed and the number of files given, it dues to the hidden file. The DIR command in sh.exe does not display hidden files.
s sh dir \
s sh dir \windows\*.dll