This introduction to MS-DOS includes organizing data into files, redirecting input and output and using the text editor EDLIN to create and edit files. The step-by-step approach with end-of-chapter study questions and summaries enables readers to learn quickly.
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A>dir ASCII AUTOEXEC.BAT b:wines batch file boot bytes free Cabernet Sauvignon Chapter characters CHDIR CHERRIES CHKDSK chores COMMAND.COM computer system contents COPY command create Ctrl current directory current drive current line cursor delete device disk drive DISKCOPY diskette in drive display dog flea drive indicator ECHO editing EDLIN commands EDLIN file enter this command erase ERRORLEVEL extension Figure file allocation table File[s filename filter floppy diskettes FORMAT command formatted diskette FRUITS function function keys goto command hard disk input insert instructions internal commands keyboard label Directory line number machine mand memory mode MS-DOS commands MS-DOS prompt number of lines output pathname Press CTRL printer processing redirection RENAME replaceable parameters RMDIR root directory screen SORT specific storage stored string subdirectory switch system diskette target diskette tell MS-DOS template text file tree-structured directories TYPE command Volume in drive wildcard