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listing directories alone

ls lists all files and sub directories in the current directory
but how to list only the sub directories and not the files?
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Just some options:

Code:
ls -p | grep "/$"

ls -lp | grep "/$"

ls -l | grep "^d"

I think this question was already answered many times on these forums, try the search function.
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Or even ls -d */.
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