VERIFY: Tells Windows whether to verify that your files are written correctly to a disk.


... The examples for the command "VERIFY"
... "VERIFY" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "VERIFY" command

The command: "VERIFY" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available

The examples for the command "VERIFY"

The `VERIFY` command in Windows Command Prompt is used to turn on or off verification of writes and reads during batch script execution. Here are some examples: Example 1: Turn on verification:

VERIFY ON

Description: This command turns on verification. When enabled, the command prompt will display confirmation of each write or read operation. Example 2: Turn off verification:

VERIFY OFF

Description: This command turns off verification. In this mode, writing or reading operations are performed without confirmation. Hints: 1. By default, verification is usually turned on. This means that the prompt confirms the completion of each write or read operation. 2. The `VERIFY` setting remains active until changed in the batch script. It only affects the current command process and does not affect other processes. 3. In many modern Windows systems, `VERIFY` is turned on by default. However, if you're running an old batch script, checking might be turned off. 4. There are various applications for checking in batch scripts. In some cases it is useful to ensure that files were written or read successfully. Example 3: Use in a batch script:

@ECHO OFF
VERIFY OFF
REM rest of the batch script

Description: This example turns off validation at the beginning of a batch script. Example 4: Restore default validation in a batch script:

@ECHO OFF
VERIFY ON
REM rest of the batch script

Description: Here the check at the beginning of a batch script is switched on again. You can also use `VERIFY /?` in the command prompt to get help and a list of available options.

"VERIFY" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
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C:\\WINDOWS>

Tells cmd.exe whether to verify that your files are written correctly to a
disk.

VERIFY [ON | OFF]

Type VERIFY without a parameter to display the current VERIFY setting.

Important information, tips for the "VERIFY" command

There are a few important points to note when using the `VERIFY` command in the Windows Command Prompt: 1. Default Status: By default, the `VERIFY` function is usually turned on. This means that the prompt confirms the completion of each write or read operation. 2. Turn on verification: If you use `VERIFY ON`, verification will be turned on. In this mode, the command prompt displays confirmations for each write or read operation.

   VERIFY ON
   
3. Turning off verification: With `VERIFY OFF` you can turn off verification. In this mode, writing or reading operations occur without confirmations.

   VERIFY OFF
   
4. Use in batch scripts: `VERIFY` is often used in batch scripts to control the confirmation messages for writes or reads. If you're writing a batch script, you might want to control checking at the beginning of the script and restore it when necessary.

   @ECHO OFF
   VERIFY OFF
   REM rest of the batch script
   
5. Setting validity period: The `VERIFY` setting remains active during the execution of the current command process. It only affects the process in which it was changed and has no effect on other processes. 6. Impact on other commands: `VERIFY` mainly affects writing or reading operations in batch scripts. Other commands and operations are usually not affected by the `VERIFY` setting. 7. Return to default verification: To return to default verification, you can use `VERIFY ON`.

   VERIFY ON
   
8. Show Help: You can use `VERIFY /?` in the command prompt to display help and a list of available options for the `VERIFY` command. It is important to note that `VERIFY` is usually turned on by default and does not require special attention for most users in most situations. It is used in batch scripts to control the output of confirmation messages.


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