# rima

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bio website location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia age 30 member for 3 years, 8 months seen Oct 10 '13 at 10:51 profile views 20

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 Aug21 awarded Nice Question May13 awarded Notable Question Oct31 awarded Popular Question Jul21 awarded Caucus Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? Wrong answer bro... Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? Thanks I check it in home it works fine Jan30 accepted Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? OW, Now I need to go back home,tomorrow I will try and inform u,But I guess it will work because I saw it some where else.Thanks Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? @martineau : Without start is impossible also \\ not worked too Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? @arjan: I guess DOS convert my path to s.th like this Y:\xxx\dd ~1 so first it go to folder dd not to "dd sss" Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? @Arjan : Emmm,no for other I use the address like \\xxxx\dddd\ggg Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? @arjan : yes it will work for another path Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? Error: The file name ,directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect Jan30 awarded Commentator Jan30 revised Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? edited tags; added 41 characters in body Jan30 comment Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? it's not working -- by run like this just a window of CMD just showing to me... :( Jan30 asked Can I use the “start” command with spaces in the path? Jan27 accepted how check all of my file copy correctly by batch file? Jan13 comment how check all of my file copy correctly by batch file? xcopy much more reliable... Jan12 comment how check all of my file copy correctly by batch file? RD /s /q is much more better :)