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Operating_systems-pa - Jelena Mamenko Operating Systems Example Contents of FILE1 This is file number one Contents of FILE2 This is file number two

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Jelena Mamčenko Operating Systems Lecture Notes on Operating Systems 30 Example: Contents of FILE1: This is file number one Contents of FILE2: This is file number two C:\>COPY FILE1+FILE2 FILE3 Contents of FILE3: This is file number oneThis is file number two The COPY command can be used to create text files by copying from device CON: to a file. The procedure is outlined in the text of the example below. C:\>COPY CON: TEXTFILE This is the text to go into the text file being created. Each line is typed to the screen and it is being saved into a buffer for later transfer to the file TEXTFILE. Each line may be corrected as it is typed, but cannot be changed after it is terminated by the carriage return. Also, if you happen to type beyond column 80 on the screen, you cannot correct anything on the line above. Each line must be terminated by a carriage return (the enter key). You signal you are finished by typing a Control-Z, the symbol for end-of-file, followed by Return. ^Z 1 File(s) copied
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