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File Commands of DOS

DOS allows you to perform certain activities on the files on a disk, such as copying files, deleting them and renaming them. Let us take a closer look at the commands that instruct DOS to carry out these activities.Copying Files - the COPY CommandIf...
by Learn Computer Concepts on Feb 9, 2010

Changing Directories - the CD Command

Let us suppose that there are two directories in the root—LETTERS and INCOME. You have been working on the files under the directory LETTERS and now wish to work on the files in the directory INCOME. This means that you would have to change from th...
by Learn Computer Concepts on Feb 5, 2010

Making a Directory - the MD Command

You have identified the need for directories whereby files can be organized on a disk in a structured manner. If you want to bring together and store files pertaining to the employees of a firm and those pertaining to the stock of the firm separately...
by Learn Computer Concepts on Feb 3, 2010

Directory Commands of DOS

Certain DOS commands facilitate the creation or removal of directories so that you can organize the hard disk or a diskette. They also allow moving from one directory to another and viewing the list of files on a disk, under the root directory as wel...
by TechMint on Jan 29, 2010

DOS Commands

DOS allows you to perform various activities. For example, you can display a list of files or remove unwanted files, and so on. To perform these activities, you must give DOS certain instructions. These instructions are referred to as DOS commands.At...
by TechMint on Jan 28, 2010


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