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Reading from databse with the same structure in C#

I have a structure similar to this:
type Folder =
Name: string;
Files: int

It is a directory. The directory contains sub-directories and each sub-directory contains sub-sub-directories and so on. I want to read all sub-directories inside a parent directory using a recursive method and then read their files.
Here is what I have done so far. I am not quite sure what I should change in my code so I could do it in the same way with every sub-sub-sub-directories and so on.
class Program

    static void Main(string[] args)
        string directoryName = @"C:\Tutorial";



The list of all files is as follows:
foreach (var entry in allFiles)


    static void SearchDirectory(string directoryName)

Searching for a directory with the name ” + directoryName + “…”);
Enter path of the directory to search for: “);
string search = Console.ReadLine();

        DirectoryInfo di = new DirectoryInfo(directoryName);
        var dirList = di.EnumerateDirect


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