If you ever want to get information about files stored in a particular map or directory, you can find out how it is done here. With a little modification you could turn this snippet into a DOS DIR-command or a UNIX(LINUX?) ls-command.
using System.IO; //for file functions
static void Main(string args)
// get info for the c: directory or specify another
DirectoryInfo dirInfo = new DirectoryInfo(@"c:\");
FileInfo files = dirInfo.GetFiles(); // get a list of fileInfo
// dump it to the console
foreach (FileInfo file in files)
Console.WriteLine("\t" + file.CreationTime.ToString());
// add any method of FileInfo you like here
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