DOS

Introduction to Operating System

Introduction
Disk and Drives
Working with Files & Directories

DOS (Disk Operating System)
Introduction to DOS
History of DOS
Why we need DOS?
Activating DOS from Window
The DOS Prompt
Typing a Command in DOS*

DOS Commands
Internal Commands
External Commands

DOS Directories and Files
Directory Command
Scroll through the Directory Listing
Pause a Directory Listing
View a Wide Listing of Files
Recall a DOS Command
Print a Directory Listing
Check for a Single File
Check for a group of File
List Fie with the Same Extention
Clear the Screen
Creat a DOS File
Copy a File
Copy a File with New Extention
Type a File with DOS
Rename a File
Rename a Group of File
Creat a Subdirectory
Move to a Subdirectory
Set the DOS Prompt
Move to the Parent Directory
Copy a File into a Subdirectory
Copy a Group of File into a Subdirectory
List File in a Subdirectory
List File in the Root from the Subdirectory
Select the Directory List
List Subdirectories
Delete a Single File
Delete a Group of Files
Delete all Files in a Subdirectory
Remove a Subdirectory

Descriptive DOS Commands
Attrib
Cd or chdir
Chkdsk
Cls
Copy
Copy device
Defrag
Del or erase
Deltree
Dir
Echo
Edit
Exit
Fdisk
Find
Format
Help
Interlnk
Intersvr
Label
Md or mkdir
Mem
Memmaker
More
Move
Msd
Pcpark
Rd or rmdir
Rem
Ren
Scandisk
Set
Sort
Time and date
Tree
Truename
Type
Undelete
Ver
Xcopy

Special Features in DOS
Formatting a Floppy Disk
Adding Parameters to a command
Set the Date and Time
Check the Date and Time
Change the Default Drive
Diskcopy Command
Copying a File from the Hard Drive to a Floppy Disk
Comparing two diskettes
Checking the Condition of a Disk
Displaying the contents of a file
Wildcards
Help
Input/Output Redirection and Filter Commands

Batch Files in DOS
What's a batch file?
How does a batch file work?
What commands can we used in a batch file?
What are the special characters commonly used in a batch file?
How can we create a batch file?

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