Working with the Command- Line Interface. Chapter 14. Overview. In this chapter, you will learn to Explain the operation of the command-line interface Execute fundamental commands from the command line Manipulate files and folders from the command line. Historical/Conceptual.
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To run a program:
CD C:\Program Files\My Program
Attrib +R AILOG.TXT Makes it read only
Attrib –H AILOG.TXT Makes it no longer hidden
DIR *.TXT Lists all files that end in .TXT
DIR *.?XT Lists all files that end in XT
C:\> CD \DOCS
2. Type COPY or MOVE and a space
3. Type the name(s) of the file(s) to be copied/moved and a space
C:\DOCS> COPY *.doc
4. Type the path of the new location for the files
C:\DOCS> COPY *.doc c:\Steam
5. Press ENTER
C:\> CD \