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Microsoft: FoxPro FAQ

Utility Program

How can i copy folder by moshi
Posted: 29 Apr 02

Simply write the following code :
! /n xcopy Source [Destination]

Suppose I want to copy the d:\temp directory into d:\rafiq
Then write the following code:

! /2 xcopy d:\temp d:\rafiq\temp /i /y /e

here the parameters mean:
/2 : dos window active and minimized
/i : if the soursce directory does not exist in destination directory it creates.
/y : overwrites existing files or folders
/e : copying directories and subdirectories including empty ones

it works nicely.

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