Deleting a file in DOS
How do I delete a file in DOS?
This question was answered on January 11, 2005. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.From a dos prompt change to the directory where the file that you want to delete is by using the "CD" command An example would be "CD DOS" to change to the DOS directory Next type "DEL" and the filename seperated by a space AN example would be "DEL TEST.TXT" to delete a file called "TEST.TXT" in the DOS folder.
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Posted by Brandon of Data Doctors on January 11, 2005