Ch05Powr - Internal Commands COPY and TYPE Ch 5 1 Overview...

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Ch 5 1 Internal Commands COPY and TYPE
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Ch 5 2 Overview Overview Will review file-naming rules.
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Ch 5 3 Overview Overview Will learn some internal commands that can be used to manage and manipulate files.
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Ch 5 4 Overview Overview The value of creating and using dummy files will be explained.
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Ch 5 5 Overview Overview Will experience naming, managing, manipulating, viewing, and printing files.
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Ch 5 6 Overview Overview Use COPY and TYPE commands to perform various tasks.
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Ch 5 7 Overview Overview Both concatenation and the consequences of overwriting files will be discussed.
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Ch 5 8 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Review of directory management commands: MD CD RD
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Ch 5 9 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Directories: Largest units of information management Used to organize programs and data files
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Ch 5 10 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Need to know how to manage information at the file level. Managing files different from creating/changing data within files.
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Ch 5 11 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Using the command line will help you understand: File manipulation Disk and subdirectory structure
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Ch 5 12 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Some tasks are done easier and faster at the command line.
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Ch 5 13 Why Learn Command Why Learn Command Line Commands? Line Commands? Internal file-management commands: DIR COPY REN DEL TYPE
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Ch 5 14 The COPY Command The COPY Command COPY command: Used to copy files from one place to another
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Ch 5 15 The COPY Command The COPY Command Reasons for copying files: Copy files from one disk to another Make second copy to existing file on same disk Copy file to device Making changes of existing file with program that created it Create backup copy of various data files
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Ch 5 16 The COPY Command The COPY Command COPY command syntax: COPY [parameters] [drive:] [path] filename [drive:] [path] filename [parameters]
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Ch 5 17 The COPY Command The COPY Command Conceptually the syntax is: COPY source destination
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Ch 5 18 Review of File-Naming Rules Review of File-Naming Rules File-naming Rules: Names of files in directory must be unique. No names can be longer than 255 characters, including file extensions. File extensions are optional.
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Ch 5 19 Review of File-Naming Rules Review of File-Naming Rules File-naming Rules: File name must be separated from its extension with a period, called a dot. All alphanumeric characters can be used in file names and extensions, except the following illegal characters: / \ : | < > * ? +
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Ch 5 20 Review of File-Naming Review of File-Naming Rules Rules Program files: Named by programmer Commonly have .COM, .EXE, or .BAT extensions
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21 Review of File-Naming Review of File-Naming Rules Rules Naming data files: Use names that reflect file contents
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course CIS CIS 103 taught by Professor Dorisdunn during the Winter '09 term at Skagit Valley College.

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Ch05Powr - Internal Commands COPY and TYPE Ch 5 1 Overview...

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