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I have been building up a list of commands used in batch files. At the moment i have;

mkdir {Filename} -- Make a folder in that place
del {Filename} -- Delete named folder
Echo {Speech} -- Write speech
Date /t -- Show date and day
Time /t -- Show Time
Pause -- press any key to continue…
Echo on -- Turns on Echoing of commands
Echo off -- Turns off Echoing of commands
Exit -- Exits out of the DOS window
Start {Filename} -- Starts the named application

I picked this stuf up from all over the place. (If it's wrong can you please correct me?)
Does anyone know anything else? I don't really care if it's dangerous, entertaining or just plain usless. I just want to build up a list of commands. :whistling:

Edited by ~Iceman~, 05 April 2006 - 08:28 PM.

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Heres a basic site for DOS commands http://www.computerhope.com/msdos.htm. and explanations. Google for DOS commands and you will get all the info you want. :whistling:

Edited by loophole, 05 April 2006 - 08:41 PM.

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