Tell me more about TCMD command in the commandline

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peterlee
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Tell me more about TCMD command in the commandline

Post by *peterlee » 2018-07-04, 17:46 UTC

When I enter TCMD >info.txt in the command line the, file info.txt is created in the active map

can someone tell me more about this command

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Post by *gmb » 2018-07-04, 18:19 UTC

If you enter ANYTHING >info.txt in the command line the file info.txt is created in the active map

It is the same comand :)
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Post by *peterlee » 2018-07-04, 18:28 UTC

So in fact only the sign > does the work
Thanks

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Post by *gmb » 2018-07-04, 18:29 UTC

Actually...
In DOS command >filename means: execute command and write results in file named "filename".
For example, try dir >list.txt
If you try invalid command like TCMD, an empty file is created because there's nothing to write in the file.

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