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The examples for the command "END - OF - STANDARD - COMANDS"

The Windows Command Line (CMD) provides many built-in commands that can be considered standard commands. Here are some of the commonly used CMD commands: 1. CD (Change Directory): Changes the current working directory.

   CD path\to\directory
   
2. DIR (Directory Listing): Displays a list of files and subdirectories in the current directory.

   YOU
   
3. COPY (Copy Files): Copies one or more files from a source to a destination.

   COPY source file target directory
   
4. DEL (Delete Files): Deletes one or more files.

   DEL file
   
5. REN (Rename): Renames a file or directory.

   REN OldFile NewFile
   
6. MD (Make Directory): Creates a new directory.

   MD NewDirectory
   
7. RD (Remove Directory): Removes an empty directory.

   RDDirectory to remove
   
8. TYPE (Display Content): Displays the contents of a text file.

   TYPE filename.txt
   
9. EXIT (Exit Command Prompt): Exits the command prompt.

   EXIT
   
10. CLS (Clear Screen): Clears the screen content.

    CLS
    
11. MOVE (Move Files): Moves files and folders from a source to a destination.

    MOVE source file destination directory
    
12. XCOPY (Extended Copy): Copies files and directories with advanced options.

    XCOPY source destination/options
    
13. ATTRIB (File Attributes): Shows or changes the attributes of files or directories.

    ATTRIB +R file.txt
    
14. PING (Network Ping): Sends network requests to an IP address or host and measures the response time.

    PING www.example.com
    
15. IPCONFIG (IP Configuration): Displays the IP configuration for all network adapters on the computer.

    IPCONFIG
    
These are just a few examples of standard CMD commands. There are many other commands with different functions and options. You can use the Help feature to learn more about each command by executing the command with the `/?` switch, e.g. `DIR /?` or `COPY /?`.

"END - OF - STANDARD - COMANDS" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

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Important information, tips for the "END - OF - STANDARD - COMANDS" command

There are a few important points to keep in mind when using the standard CMD commands in Windows: 1. Path details and spaces: - Make sure that paths are enclosed in quotation marks if they contain spaces. - Example: `CD "C:\Program Files"` 2. File Conflicts: - File conflicts may occur with commands such as `COPY`, `MOVE` or `DEL`. Note how the command handles existing files. - Use `COPY /Y` or `DEL /F` to suppress queries. 3. Permissions: - Make sure the user executing the commands has the necessary permissions for the operations. For example, deleting files requires write permissions. 4. Relative and absolute paths: - Understand the difference between relative and absolute paths. A relative path is based on the current working directory, while an absolute path specifies the full path from the root. 5. Wildcards (*, ?): - Wildcards such as `*` (for zero or more characters) and `?` (for a single character) can be used in commands such as `DIR`, `COPY` and `DEL` to select files. 6. File Types and Attributes: - Some commands allow working with file types and attributes. For example, `ATTRIB` and `XCOPY` can be used to change and copy file attributes, respectively. 7. Syntax of commands: - Make sure to use the correct syntax for the commands. You can type `command /?` to view help and review the available options. - Example: `COPY /?` displays help for the `COPY` command. 8. Network Commands: - With commands like `PING` and `IPCONFIG` it is important to understand how they access networks. `PING` can be used to check the reachability of a host, while `IPCONFIG` displays network information. 9. Batch Scripts: - If you want to run multiple commands in a row, you can create a batch script. Make sure to place the commands in the batch file in the correct order and syntax. 10. Security: - Be careful when using commands that can delete files or make system changes. Always check carefully before executing such commands. 11. Updates and version differences: - Note that there may be differences in the available commands and their options between different versions of Windows. Regularly update your operating system to ensure you get the latest features and security improvements.


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