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comment DOS command to remove file_001.* copies, but only if file.* exists
Good work! Heh, I deleted first comment reply, too. I added quote protection around the constructed filename in the 'if exist' clause. Spaces in the filename could possibly result in an incorrect 'if' statement there, too. Corrected answer to reflect that.
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answered DOS command to remove file_001.* copies, but only if file.* exists
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comment Is there a shortcut command in Windows command prompt to get to the current users home directory like there is in Linux?
How about cd /d %homedrive%%homepath% as a one-liner?
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revised When and how is bash_history appended to?
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answered Windows equivalent of ls * (asterisk) directory wildcarding?