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Chapter 3. Using DOS Commands > Issuing DOS Commands

Issuing DOS Commands

When you enter a DOS command, two sets of parameters determine how the command is carried out. Any parameters or switches that you explicitly type take precedence, of course, but unless you override them, the default values for a command are used.

Throughout this chapter, you've seen the DIR command used as an example. Here's one more:


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