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    DOS Commands

    Where can I get a list of ALL DOS commands? When I say all I mean everything from copy to netstat to tracert. I've searched google and everything that came up sucked @$$. I've seen some posted in back threads but none include ALL the commands. If you know where I can find the complete list of DOS commands please tell me.

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    type help | more as a DOS prompt....this will show all commands available to you

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    it's easy, go to your local library and find a book called "DOS for Dummies"
    You'll have a comprehensive list of the commands and a breakdown on how to use them.
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    http://www.csulb.edu/~murdock/dosindex.html

    Full listing of DOS commands, their uses, and what parameters they have

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    Here ya go....
    Compiled by Ac1pScp3ctrum.....

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=226332

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    Dammit Acid... you beat me to it!!! >

    Oh well... got beat by the better....

    ( now I won't get greenies....) *joke*

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    ac1dsp3ctrum, I just went to that link and it doesn't have commands like netstat and tracert. Have any other places I can look?

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    And I already have the one compiled by ac1dsp3ctrum. Its good but it doesn't have all the commands.

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    netstat and tracert are not DOS commands. they are programs.

    use /? to check their help -> netstat/? [enter] etc.

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    ac1dsp3ctrum's paper does cover EVERY DOS COMMAND netstat, tracert, ping, nslookup etc. are not dos commands. their dos programs. if you want to find out more about them look for stuff on networking.
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