Computing » DOS Commands

Browse 94 acronyms and abbreviations related to DOS Commands:

CTTYChanging To a Remote Terminal    
DATEset or display the Date    
DEBUGstart a testing environment for binary files - and more    
DEFRAGoptomize a disk drive (be careful)    
DELDelete file(s)    
DELTREEdelete a directory and everything that is in it (DANGER!)    
DIRDIRectory listing    
DISKCOMPCompare contents of Disks    
DISKCOPYCopy Disk (drive to drive)    
DOa Batch command that precedes the action to be performed in a loop    
ECHODisplay other commands as they are executed    
EDLINLine Editor    
ERASEDelete File [name of file(s) to be deleted]    
EXE2BINConvert file from .EXE to .BIN (or .COM)    
EXISTa Batch command that tests for the existence of a specified file    
EXITstop execution and close a Batch file    
FASTOPENStore in memory file locations to speed access    
FDISKPartition a Fixed Disk    
FILCOMCompare the contents of two Files    
FINDFind a specific 'string' within a file    
FORa Batch command that opens a loop    
FORMATplace tracks and sectors on a disk, making it addressable    
GOTOan unconditional branch in a Batch file    
GRAFTABLload Graphics Characters higher than ASCII 127    
GRAPHICSallows Graphics to pass from screen to Printer    

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