DOS 4.0 Reference

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John Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, 1989 - Computers - 216 pages
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A quick reference guide to DOS 4.0, written by the architects who designed DOS 4.0 (and wrote The New DOS 4.0). Seven sections describe how to name files and directories, use DOS via the new DOS shell or the traditional command line, create and use batch files, edit files with the EDLIN line editor, use the FDISK utility to partition your fixed disk, and use the DOS filters and DOS file redirection feature. Extensive appendices describe the function keys that can be used with the DOS shell or command line, both internal and external DOS commands, syntax of DOS commands, program startup commands for procedures the shell does not directly support, and the options for startup when you use the DOS shell.

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Program Startup
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Procedures for Doing
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Copyright

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