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Hello12345

I created a script and i would not delete the hidden + system files, unless you make them unhidden. :think:

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Hello12345

Yes, i tried that, and it works.

i was just wondering why it does not work with hidden+system files.

Is this done in purpose?

Thanks for all the help.. :think:

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CyberSlug

Yes, i tried that, and it works.

i was just wondering why it does not work with hidden+system files.

Is this done in purpose?

Thanks for all the help.. :think:

According to the table under #7 at http://www.claymania.com/dos-primer.html

DOS cannot delete hidden or system files either. (But Explorer can....)


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Hello12345

Sorry. I just checked again, it works. :(

must have been sleeping. :think:

Thank again..

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According to the table under #7 at http://www.claymania.com/dos-primer.html

DOS cannot delete hidden or system files either. (But Explorer can....)

The table is incorrect, CS. The DOS command below will delete a hidden file or any other attribute that I set it for.

Del /A:H *.txt

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CyberSlug

The table is incorrect, CS. The DOS command below will delete a hidden file or any other attribute that I set it for.

Just goes to show: Don't believe everything you read on the internet :think: I wonder if the table is only accurate for *old* versions of DOS.


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