Tutorial 5

Tutorial 5 - Session 5.1 1 False You can remove the root...

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Session 5.1 1. False . You can remove the root directory with the Remove Directory command. 2. True . You should not remove or rename directories that contain installed software. 3. To limit a directory listing to just the names of subdirectories, you use the DIR command and the /AD switch. 4. To remove an empty directory, you use the RD command without any switches. 5. If you want to remove a directory and its content, you use the RD command and its /S switch. 6. To rename a directory, you can use the REN or MOVE commands. 7. False . You can use the DIR command to view the contents of only one directory at the same time. 8. If you want to specify that a command operate on all files in a directory (irrespective of their filenames), you would use the *.* wildcard for the file specification. 9. To document the directory structure of a disk, you can redirect the output of the TREE command to a file on disk. 10.
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course CPT 106 taught by Professor Bulan during the Fall '07 term at MO Valley.

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