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DOS ERASE Command

The ERASE command deletes specified files. Example: •C> erase a:myfile.txt •Erases the file MYFILE.TXT from the...

posted on: May 23, 2008 | author: Earl

File-Naming Conventions

Careful file naming can save time. Always choose names which provide a clue to the file’s contents. If you are...

posted on: May 23, 2008 | author: Earl

MKDIR (MD) Make Directory Command

This command creates a new directory. Example: C> mkdir techdos Creates a directory called...

posted on: May 23, 2008 | author: Earl

Rebooting the computer (Ctrl-Alt-Del)

In some cases, when all attempts to recover from a barrage of error messages fails, as a last resort you can reboot...

posted on: May 23, 2008 | author: Earl

RMDIR (RD) Remove Directory Command

This command removes a directory. It is only possible to execute this command if the directory you wish to remove is...

posted on: May 23, 2008 | author: Earl

RENAME (REN) Command

The RENAME command permits users to change the name of a file without making a copy of it. Example: C> ren...

posted on: May 22, 2008 | author: Earl

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