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Where can you find details about DOS networking commands?

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For NT-based OSes, DOS no longer exists in the form it originally did. It is now referred to as "NT Command Line". A list of networking and other helpful functions for the command line can be found at: http://www.ss64.com/nt/

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A listing of DOS commands are available if you type help at the command prompt. DOS commands do vary from version to version.

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There is none. For starters, you have it backwards, DOS actually copied most of its commands from Unix (The rest came from CP/M.), which Linux is inspired by. Commands like "cd" and "dir" were Unix commands long before DOS even existed.

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In actual DOS, you will find only CLI (Command Line Interface).. In Windows, you will find the DOS Command Line shell to use and run DOS commands..

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For most DOS commands you can write COMMAND /? and you will be presented with a list of possible choises. eks. FIND /? Regards.

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Dos Internal commands are the one which are loaded in the Command.com file. External commands require their exe or com file to be present for execution.

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You can create DOS utilities by batch programming..

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"fdisk" command is used for partitioning in DOS.

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Go to your DOS window and type help, then hit enter. It will list the commands for you with a description of what they do.

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DOS is an operating system. The DOS prompt is the command line where DOS commands can be run/executed.

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A complete list of MS-DOS commands can be found here: http://www.computerhope.com/msdos.htm#02

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DOS and DOS-like commands are still usable in modern versions of Windows, and can sometime be the only way to accomplish a given task.

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MS-DOS was not designed for networking, and doses not come with any tools to do so by default.

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There is no real way to list all dos commands easily. It really depends on the operating system and directory structure. You could try the following in order, but they may be really long lists. C: CD \ DIR /S *.EXE DIR /S *.COM A better answer would need more details about exactly what you are trying to do and what version of DOS (Or windows with DOS) you are using.

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Internal commands are commands that are built into the command shell. In other words, those commands are loaded in memory and cannot be deleted through ordinary means. External commands, in contrast, are files stored in a directory, and when called, are executed as a normal program; these commands live in the installation directory for MS-DOS (e.g. C:\DOS\), and may be deleted or renamed.

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INTERNAL COMMANDSThese are those commands which are contained in command.com files of MS-DOS.These are those functions that are built into the command interpreter.There is no need of any external file in computer to read internal MS-DOS command.These commands can be used as long as DOS is running on the system.Internal commands do not vary from system to system.These are ver, time, del, md, cd, copy con, cls, date, vol, ren, copy etc.EXTERNAL COMMANDSThese are those commands which are not in-built in MS-DOS.External commands are those which are not included in the interpreter.There is a need of an internal file in the computer to read external MS-DOS command.External command may vary from system to system. This means any two computers with same version of MS-DOS may have same internal commands, but may have different external commands.These are tree, xcopy, diskcopy, more, print etc.

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In DOS systems, an internal command is any command that resides in the COMMAND.COM file. This includes the most common DOS commands, such as COPY and DIR. Commands that reside in other COM files, or in EXE or BAT files, are called external commands

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INTERNAL COMMANDSThese are those commands which are contained in command.com files of MS-DOS.These are those functions that are built into the command interpreter.There is no need of any external file in computer to read internal MS-DOS command.These commands can be used as long as DOS is running on the system.Internal commands do not vary from system to system.These are ver, time, del, md, cd, copy con, cls, date, vol, ren, copy etc.EXTERNAL COMMANDSThese are those commands which are not in-built in MS-DOS.External commands are those which are not included in the interpreter.There is a need of an internal file in the computer to read external MS-DOS command.External command may vary from system to system. This means any two computers with same version of MS-DOS may have same internal commands, but may have different external commands.These are tree, xcopy, diskcopy, more, print etc.

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Dos commands are used to create or delete directories. The ATTRIB Command is used for locking and unlocking of files.

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You need to use the MS-DOS commands to move a file.

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DOS, or MS-DOS, also known as the Command Prompt.


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